Between pay-per-view, tickets, and merchandise, Full Gear likely generated approximately $4 million. Only All Out 2021, which included CM Punk’s first pro wrestling match in seven years, drew more gross revenue.
The show drew about $6 million total for AEW and its pay-per-view distributors and sold 115,000 buys on all platforms globally, by our estimate.
The event likely attracted about 125,000 buys worldwide, across both digital and traditional platforms, grossing $5 million and netting more than $2 million for AEW.
Peacock becomes the exclusive U.S. home for WWE Network content, beginning April 4. So let's reflect. Did it work out?
When I came on board in 2009, one of my responsibilities that Vince [McMahon] gave me was running our infamous pay-per-view business… I came from the NBA, I came from the world of tennis where the vernacular, even a business model of pay-per-view didn't exist, so of course when I was given the responsibility to … Continue reading Rumors of Pay-Per-View’s Death Were Greatly Exaggerated