AEW Revolution was the company’s second pay-per-view since Dynamite debuted on TNT. There was quite a bit more interest this time around.

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The Wrestling Observer Newsletter noted that pay-per-view numbers are not in just yet. There is still a substantial growth in B/R Live numbers. It is reported that they are up 10% since Full Gear.

That points to around 37,000 buys which is around what they were for Double Or Nothing last year.


We don’t have cable numbers yet, but for iPPV through B/R Live, it was up more than 10 percent from Full Gear and at the same level as Double or Nothing (in the range of 37,000 which is an excellent number for iPPV buys).

It was also reported that “FITE number were the highest for any AEW show to date.” This should be no real surprise.

FITE TV carried Revolution for fans outside of the United States and Canada. Traditional pay-per-view outlets didn’t carry AEW’s pay-per-view this time around so FITE TV was the only way to watch the event.

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