AEW’s Double or Nothing 2022 event this past May is currently estimated to have generated a little over 155,000 pay-per-view buys, according to the Wrestling Observer Newsletter.
Dave Meltzer reported that the current numbers and estimates for Double or Nothing 2022 has the event generating a slightly higher amount than the initial estimate of 150,000 to 155,000 buys. Meltzer reported that should the slightly over 155,000 buys number stand, it would be the third largest PPV buys for an AEW event in AEW history.
In regards to breakdowns, Meltzer reported that updated estimates for traditional cable PPV buys has Double or Nothing 2022 being around 12.3% lower than AEW’s Revolution 2022 event. The original estimate was around 8.3% for cable PPV buys for the event. Meltzer reported that the main reason for the increased decline was due to Revolution 2022 had generated a larger amount of late PPV buys than Double or Nothing 2022 based on current numbers. Revolution 2022 reportedly generated 7,100 late buys over the following week of the event compared to around 4,800 for Double or Nothing 2022.
In regards to streaming PPV buys, Meltzer reported that the streaming numbers for Bleacher Report in the United States was down 2% compared to Revolution 2022. International streaming and cable television PPV buys reportedly were down 1.5% compared to Revolution 2022.