AEW took over the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey for its fourth annual Full Gear pay-per-view. It was AEW’s first pay-per-view in the Tri-state area. Despite being a defining moment for many AEW Stars, AEW failed to bag a ton of cash from the screenings.

According to Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Full Gear screenings took place in around 300 theaters. AEW made about $125K across all those theaters. The number is less than $420 per theater, which is extremely low.

Movie theater numbers were about $125,000 in around 300 theaters.

AEW had some big competition in theaters from Black Panther: Wakanda Forever. They also weren’t in as many theaters as they were last time around.


The Full Gear pay-per-view numbers also fell a bit shy compared AEW’s previous All Out pay-per-view. During a recent episode of the Wrestling Observer Radio, Dave Meltzer examined the numbers from November 19th’s Full Gear pay-per-view. Meltzer observed it did not exceed the numbers from AEW’s last All Out pay-per-view.

Full Gear saw titles change hands and the return of The Elite following the All Out media scrum. It was also career-defining moment for Saraya, who had her first bout in the ring after being out of action for the past 5 years. It remains to be seen how AEW will handle things moving forward. For more updates, stay tuned to Ringside News.

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