ALL IN was a huge show that was available on several streaming platforms like Fite TV, Honor Club, and New Japan World. It was also available on pay-per-view not to mention all of the people who streamed the event using other less “legal” means.
Dave Meltzer noted on Wrestling Observer Radio that he hasn’t heard any pay-per-view buy rate numbers for ALL IN. Judging by how close he is to the guys behind the scenes of that show it’s easy to assume that no news might mean the actual number isn’t worth talking about.
It was noted that this number can’t be a big one because nobody is tracking it. We might eventually get a number if we ask enough, but at this point the ALL IN pay-per-view buys aren’t being revealed and there could be a very good reason.
Perhaps the availability of the show on so many platforms was a dent to the plan and it cost them some buys. But at this time it certainly looks like we’re going to remain in the dark as to the number of people who laid down money to see ALL IN on pay-per-view.

H Jenkins

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