Early Signs Impact Wrestling Slammiversary Pulled Strong Pay-Per-View Numbers


Impact Wrestling presented Slammiversary last night and the event included a few surprises. When everything was said and done, 5 recently released WWE Superstars debuted on the show. Deonna Purrazzo, who was also released from NXT on April 15th, won the Knockouts Title.

Click here for our complete coverage of Impact Wrestling’s Slammiversary event.

The official pay-per-view numbers haven’t rolled in just yet. Early indicators say that the company has a lot to be proud of. Slammiversary trended in a top spot on social media throughout the night. That certainly helped generate a buzz.

PW Insider reports that early indicators show that the Slammiversary did pretty well in pay-per-view buys. It was noted that it was the strongest buy rate “in a long time.”

Fite TV doesn’t release their buy rate numbers, but official pay-per-view numbers should be available in a couple of days. Everything looks like it is coming together to give Impact Wrestling some very good news about Slammiversary.

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