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AEW Revolution brings in 110,000 streaming buys, trending toward their second-highest purchased PPV ever

Last Sunday's PPV may finish between 146,000 and 170,000 total buys.

AEW Revolution is trending to be one of the company's most successful pay-per-views in their history. 

Dave Meltzer reported on Wednesday's Wrestling Observer Radio that streaming numbers for the show on Bleacher Report and were 110,000. He said that depending on how well it did on cable and satellite, Revolution could finish between a low of 146,000 and a high of between 165,000 and 170,000 buys. 

That would put it second all-time in the promotion's history of PPV buys behind only 2021's All Out. 

Each of AEW's last five PPVs have brought in over 115,000 buys. Previously, the most purchased AEW PPV was Double or Nothing in 2020 which did 105,000 buys.  

Last November's Full Gear brought in 150,000 buys and $4 million in revenue. The company's top PPV of all time was the aforementioned All Out last September featuring CM Punk's first match in over seven years. That show did a company-best 205,000 buys.

Revolution in 2021 featured the exploding barbed wire deathmatch between World Champion Kenny Omega and Jon Moxley. That did 145,000 buys while 2020's Revolution 2020 did 111,000 buys.