Full Gear 2022 crosses the $1 million figure in gate money

AEW President Tony Khan announced that tonight’s Full Gear has crossed the $1 million figure in gate money.

This is the first Full Gear that has topped $1 million and it’s the company’s fourth straight pay-per-view over that mark.

Besides Revolution, Double or Nothing, All Out, and now Full Gear, AEW also had Dynamite: Grand Slam which made over $1 million.

This has been a very successful year for AEW when it comes to pay-per-view ticket sales and it’s the first one without the involvement of CM Punk when it comes to doing over a million dollar gates.

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