Matt Hardy Renews His AEW Contract – Orange Cassidy Injury Update – Preliminary ‘AEW Revolution’ Buy Rate Estimates – Today’s ‘AEW Rampage’ Preview

Matt Hardy Renews His AEW Contract - Orange Cassidy Injury Update - Preliminary 'AEW Revolution' Buy Rate Estimates - Today's 'AEW Rampage' Preview

Source: Mike Kalasnick, Matt Hardy as Matt Hardy ‘Broken’ in January 2017processed, CC BY-SA 2.0

– During his “Househardy” stream on Twitch, Matt Hardy announced that he had also renewed his AEW contract. How long this contract will last is not known, but according to Matt it is now exactly as long as that of his brother Jeff. Contracts also allow the Hardy brothers to perform outside of AEW.

– We previously reported that Orange Cassidy suffered a shoulder injury during the AEW Revolution PPV. Now an update says that the 37-year-old will fortunately not require an operation, but will have to rest for some time. It is not known exactly how long he will be out.

– Now there are first estimates of the purchase rate of the “AEW Revolution” PPV. According to this, the show has sold around 110,000 copies on Bleacher Report and FITE as of iPPV alone. How well the show sold as a classic cable PPV is not entirely clear, but current estimates place a total buy rate between 146,000 and 170,000 sales. This will make AEW Revolution the second highest-grossing PPV in the company’s history after the All Out 2021 PPV. Below are the purchase rates for the previous AEW PPVs:
AEW PPV Buying Rates:
AEW Double or Nothing 2019: 98,000 Purchases
AEW All Out 2019: 88,000 Purchases
AEW Full Gear 2019: 80,000 Purchases
AEW Revolution 2020: 90,000 purchases
AEW Double or Nothing 2020: 105,000 purchases
AEW All Out 2020: 90,000 purchases
AEW Full Gear 2020: 85,000 Purchases
AEW Revolution 2021: 135,000 purchases
AEW Double or Nothing 2021: 115,000 purchases
AEW All Out 2021: 205,000 purchases
AEW Full Gear 2021: Around 145,000 purchases
AEW Revolution 2022: 146,000 to 170,000 purchases

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– Four matches have been announced for today’s edition of “AEW Rampage”. Thus Swarve Strickland vs Tony Ness, Keith Lee vs QT Marshall, Darby Allin vs Mark Quan and Jamie Hayter vs Mercedes Martinez make up the pair.

All Elite Wrestling Rampage #31 (Tapping: 03/09/2022)
Location: Hertz Arena in Fort Myers, Florida, USA
First broadcast: March 11, 2022
Audience: Around 3,000

singles match
Darby Allin vs Mark Queen

singles match
Jamie Hayter vs Mercedes Martinez

singles match
Keith Lee vs QT Marshall

singles match
Swarve Strickland vs Tony Ness

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