The early numbers for the PPV buy-rates looked promising and were at the level of AEW Revolution from earlier this year.
Dave Meltzer noted that All Out is charted to score at around 100,000 to 110,000 viewers through B/R Live and FITE TV and the number will rise with the inclusion of traditional PPV buy-rates.
The numbers are, however, down from AEW’s Double or Nothing show back in May.
All Out is around 10-15% shy of meeting DON’s viewership. DON was the most profitable pay-per-view AEW has done so far, and the PPV buys for the show were the highest for any non-WWE wrestling show in the last two decades.
AEW also managed to secure over a million viewers on their post-All-Out episode of Dynamite this week, while their competition, NXT, could only rake in 830k viewers.