AEW Revolution was truly a night of memorable moments and solid matches, as it saw the end of Sting’s career in the best way possible. In fact, this has now been reflected in the final pay-per-view estimates for the show.

The AEW Revolution event was held on Sunday, March 3, 2024, at the Greensboro Coliseum in Greensboro, NC, headlined by Sting’s retirement match. Sting and Darby Allin defeated The Young Bucks and Sting retired undefeated.

As previously reported, the AEW Revolution pay-per-view drew an impressive attendance of 16,118 fans and generated gate of over $1 million, with an average ticket price of $55.

According to The Wrestling Observer Newsletter, AEW Revolution achieved significant success with around 180,000 buys, including late TV and streaming numbers. This achievement officially ranks the event as the third largest bought pay-per-view in AEW’s history. The top three AEW pay-per-view events based on buys are as follows:

  1. All Out 2021 with 205,000 buys.
  2. All In 2023 with 200,000 buys.
  3. Revolution 2024 with 180,000 buys.

These numbers highlight AEW’s growing popularity and the appeal of its major events, particularly those featuring high-profile matches and special moments such as Sting’s last match. Revolution 2024’s success adds to AEW’s track record of delivering entertaining and impactful pay-per-view events that draw in a substantial audience.

Are you happy with the pay-per-view buys for AEW Revolution this year? Sound off in the comments section below!

Subhojeet Mukherjee

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