Double or Nothing 2021 was the second-highest-selling PPV in AEW history

Double or Nothing 2021 took place on May 30, 2021 from Daily’s Place and nearby TIAA Bank Field stadium in Jacksonville, Florida.

According to a report from Wrestlenomics, Double or Nothing 2021 sold 115,000 PPV buys globally for about $6.1 million in total revenue (with a net revenue of $3 million for the AEW). That would put it behind only the $6.8 million grossed by Revolution on March 7.

For comparisons, the 2019 Double or Nothing accounted for 98,000 buys, while the 2020 event did 105,000.

The show was the first AEW pay-per-view to take place in front of a full-capacity crowd and sold about 4,700 tickets, to the tune of about $300,000, with an additional $71,000 merchandise sales at the venue.

The show was a tremendous success and featured the Young Bucks Vs Jon Moxley and Eddie Kingston for the Tag Team championships; Kenny Omega Vs Orange Cassidy Vs Pac for the world heavyweight championship.

The Main Event stadium stampede match between Inner Circle and The Pinnacle. The match, which featured a fun cameo from Jacksonville Jaguars head coach Urban Meyer, was all spectacle, providing a fitting close to one of AEW’s strongest pay-per-view cards in their short history.

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