All Elite Wrestling's All Out will post a buyrate approximately 20,000 purchases under its spiritual predecessor Double Or Nothing, according to Dave Meltzer on the most recent edition of Wrestling Observer Radio.
September 1st's All Out was considered an AEW lynchpin event alongside Double Or Nothing, in comparison to the experimental and lesser-promoted Fyter Fest and Fight For The Fallen airing during the summer. Headlined by a battle between Chris Jericho and Hangman Page to determine the first ever AEW Heavyweight Champion, the sold out Chicago Supershow lost its second headline bout with just a week to go after Jon Moxley was forced to pull out of his planned pearler with Kenny Omega. 'The Best Bout Machine' took on company debutant PAC in a spirited undercard clash.
On the figures, with reference to additional streaming of the shows thanks to Bleacher Report Live, Meltzer said; "It's going to end up being down from the last one, I just got updated stuff this morning.
The UK was up, both on pay-per-view and Fite. The US was down...streaming on BR Live was about the same. Pay-per-view buys was down a lot....I mean significant. I am going to say it's going to be around 100,000 buys, Double Or Nothing was around 120,000 buys."
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