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Revolution 2023 attendance and preliminary PPV buys

Revolution last night at the Chase Center in San Francisco, California, had over 9,000 fans in attendance with over 8,000 paid tickets for a gate of over $800,000 according to AEW President Tony Khan.

The figure represents a record for a wrestling event in the city of San Francisco.

This year’s attendance beat out last year’s Revolution by a few hundred as last year 8,359 showed up at the Addition Financial Arena in Orlando, Florida.

Khan also said that the pay-per-view buys are tracking around 130,000 to 140,000, which would be a bit less than last year’s event which had around 175,000 buys. The 140,000 range would be the same as Forbidden Door and All Out last year.

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