It looks like AEW is continuing to grow. In an interview with, AEW boss Tony Khan revealed the ticket sales of the promotion’s latest pay-per-view event Double or Nothing. Apparently Double or Nothing did $1.1 million in live gate ticket sales in Las Vegas.

That is not counting the pay-per-view buys that the company did through Fight.TV and Bleacher Report. The pay-per-view buys are at an estimated 155,000, according to the report. That number has yet to be confirmed but if it is believed to be true, both the ticket sales and estimated pay-per-view buys are up from last year’s numbers. Last year’s Double or Nothing pay-per-view was the last PPV to be held at Daily’s Place in Jacksonville Florida during the COVID-19 pandemic.

It looks as though AEW is in a good spot with growth, as Khan said, “Every event has had year-over-year growth. We have a great group of wrestlers that have had so many amazing matches. There’s so much more to come.”

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It was the first time AEW brought a pay-per-view to the west coast, specifically Las Vegas, Nevada since the COVID-19 pandemic, and the fans showed out for the company.

The event was seen as a major success critically, as many fans raved about CM Punk winning the AEW world championship to close the show. However, that was short-lived, as Punk would announce on AEW Rampage on Friday that he has sustained a broken foot that requires surgery, and there will be a new interim champion crowned on the next episode of AEW Dynamite.