All Elite Wrestling recently held their Double or Nothing Event, where AEW World Champion Kenny Omega defended his AEW World Title against PAC and Orange Cassidy in a Three-Way Match. We also saw a major Stadium Stampede Main Event Match between the Inner Circle (Chris Jericho, Jake Hager, Sammy Guevara, Santana and Ortiz) and the Pinnacle (MJF, FTR, Wardlow and Shawn Spears).
Dave Meltzer previously reported that the Double or Nothing PPV was estimated to have between 135,000 and 150,000 PPV buys. Meltzer also revealed that the Double or Nothing PPV had at least 50,000 Google searches, which Dave Meltzer pointed out most AEW PPVs don’t do these days, but Double or Nothing was still below the 200,000 Google searches this past March’s Revolution Event did.
It was also reported that the promotion had a total of 5,200 fans in attendance inside Daily’s Place, but that was 300 shy of a sellout as the venue can hold up to 5,500 fans, and out of the 5,200 people in attendance, 4,700 of them were paid fans, which as a result, brought a total gate of $300,000.
In an update, it was revealed by Brandon Thurston of Wrestlenomics that All Elite Wrestling and their PPV distributors was able to sell an estimated 115,000 PPV buys on all digital platforms globally for the Double or Nothing Event and that the Double or Nothing Event was able to draw a total of about $6 million, which makes it the promotion’s second biggest PPV Event behind this past March’s Revolution, which up to this day is the highest-selling PPV in the company’s short history as the PPV was able to draw just under $7 million and had around 125,000 PPV buys.