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Tony Khan: AEW All Out surpasses $1 million in ticket sales

Khan said it's their third-straight PPV that has hit the $1 million mark.
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According to AEW's Tony Khan, tonight's All Out pay-per-view in Hoffman Estates, Illinois, has surpassed $1 million ticket sales.

During his appearance on Wrestling Observer Radio, Khan said they surpassed the mark on Saturday.

He also said it's their third-straight AEW PPV that surpassed the mark which includes May's Double or Nothing in Las Vegas and June's Forbidden Door with NJPW.

Khan took to Twitter Saturday night to reveal the news, in addition to the success of Dynamite on Wednesday nights:

Khan will also be hoping to surpass his pay-per-view record of 205,000 buys for last year's All Out. For the calendar year, All Out will have to beat March's Revolution that did between 165,000-173,000.

Khan said he is hoping to surpass the mark for September's Grand Slam event in Queens, New York, as they barely missed the number last year ($960,000). It would be their first-ever $1 million gate for a weekly TV show.

He said their Los Angeles debut in June did roughly $900,000 for a live gate.

He thinks that for their two nights combined in Toronto in October, they will surpass $1 million as well in Canadian dollars.