Report: AEW Revolution iPPV Buys Up From Full Gear

Although the full pay-per-view numbers are not known, AEW Revolution's iPPV numbers are reportedly up from their last show.

According to the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, the AEW Revolution pay-per-view from February 29 had an iPPV buyrate in the range of 37,000 buys. The report also states that iPPV buys through B/R Live were up more than 10 percent compared to the buyrate from the Full Gear show that took place last November.

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As for FITE, which carries the international rights to the pay-per-view for numerous countries outside of the United States, are also said to be the highest for an AEW show. This is partly due to the fact that the United Kingdom doesn't have ITV Box Office to order the show anymore and only had FITE to order the show legally. Traditional pay-per-view buyrate numbers have yet to be reported.

The show saw Jon Moxley defeat Chris Jericho to become the new AEW World Champion as well as Kenny Omega & Hangman Page successfully retaining their AEW World Tag Team titles against The Young Bucks.

Full results of Revolution can be seen at this link with a post-show podcast and media scrums with several AEW talent and Tony Khan can be seen on Fightful’s Pro Wrestling YouTube channel, which you can subscribe here.

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