The partnership between Impact Wrestling and AEW really paid off when it came to pay-per-view purchases.
according to Wrestling Observer NewsletterImpact Wrestling’s Hard To Kill event recorded the second highest pay-per-view purchase rate since the company lost its contract with Spike in 2014.
The exact number of pay-per-view purchases is not quoted. Hard To Kill was second only to the Slammiversary event in July last year, which was built around the appearance of former WWE superstars. They used WWE’s massive April release to sell pay-per-view purchases and brought several names in the process.
We need to figure out what will happen as the relationship between AEW and Impact Wrestling continues. Sammy Guevara was supposed to be part of the partnership, He was pulled because of a creative disagreement.
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Impact Wrestling gets the second highest PPV number in 7 years, which is hard to kill
https://www.ringsidenews.com/2021/03/07/impact-wrestling-scores-second-highest-ppv-number-in-seven-years-with-hard-to-kill/ Impact Wrestling gets the second highest PPV number in 7 years, which is hard to kill