AEW Full Gear 2023 PPV buy estimates point to strong viewership

AEW Full Gear 2023 was reportedly a success.

Early reports show that AEW All Out 2023 generated between 122,000 and 140,000 pay-per-view buys, aligning with Tony Khan’s post-show statement indicating over 100,000 buys.

Comparing AEW pay-per-view buy rates, the 2022 edition of Full Gear reportedly garnered 140,000 buys. AEW All Out 2021 remains the best performing of the AEW pay-per-views, having generated 215,000 buys.

Full Gear ended with MJF retaining the World Heavyweight Title against Jay White. The event also featured the acquisition of top global star Will Ospreay, Toni Storm’s third AEW Women’s World Title victory, and Swerve Strickland’s triumph over “Hangman” Adam Page in a Texas Death match.

AEW FULL GEAR 2023 QUICK RESULTS

  • MJF def. Jay White
  • Kenny Omega & Chris Jericho def. The Young Bucks
  • Shane Strickland def. Hangman Page
  • Will Ospreay announced as the newest member of the AEW roster
  • Julia Hart def. Kris Statlander and Skye Blue
  • Big Bill & Ricky Starks def. FTR, LFI, and House of Black
  • Toni Storm def. Hikaru Shida
  • Orange Cassidy def. Jon Moxley
  • Sting, Adam Copeland & Darby Allin def. Christian Cage, Luchasaurus & Nick Wayne
  • MJF & Samoa Joe def. The Gunns
  • Claudio Castagnoli def. Buddy Matthews
  • Eddie Kingston def. Jay Lethal

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