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NewsBackstage News On The AEW WrestleDream 2023 PPV Buyrate

Backstage News On The AEW WrestleDream 2023 PPV Buyrate



AEW’s WrestleDream 2023 pay-per-view event took place in Seattle, WA, at the Climate Pledge Arena and achieved great success.

The event marked the debut of Adam “Edge” Copeland, who came to the assist of Sting and Darby Allin after the main event.

Dave Meltzer reported in the Wrestling Observer Newsletter that the show looks to have done between 108,000 and 120,000 buys. He wrote,

“WrestleDream didn’t do the late buys that All In and All Out did on television. It is now tracking 4.7 percent lower than All Out for television as of the same number of days after the show. As noted before, it was originally up 25 percent on streaming. It feels like 108,000 to 120,000 at this point, but could be lower. At the same number of days away, it’s almost exactly half of the television buys as All In, so TV alone would indicate closer to 96,000 but streaming being up would indicate a number well above that.”

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