According to the reports, AEW Revolution 2022 managed to draw 110,000 streaming buys.
Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer revealed that the PPV event touched 110K streaming buys mark on FITE TV and Bleacher Report. He also noted that the buy rate for this PPV could finish somewhere between 146K and 170K.
AEW’s last PPV event, AEW Full Gear 2021 drew 145,000 PPV buys whereas AEW All Out 2021 is still the highest drawing event which managed to draw 205,000 PPV buys.
This year AEW Revolution was headlined by Hangman Adam Page vs Adam Cole AEW World Championship match. It also featured MJf vs CM Punk in a dog collar match, Bryan Danielson vs Jon Moxley, and many more exciting matches.
Last year, the event was headlined by Jon Moxley vs Kenny Omega Exploding Barbed Wire Deathmatch, and the event drew 135,000 buys.
Meanwhile, AEW Revolution 2020 was headlined by Chris Jericho vs Jon Moxley and it drew 90,000 PPV buys.