Key Financial Results For All In Revealed

HUGE success!

Yesterday it was reported that All In: Zero Hour, the hour-long pre-show that aired on cable TV before the All In PPV took to the airwaves, averaged 196,00 viewers, making it the most watched show on WGN America on Saturday, 1 September.

Today, Dave Meltzer has unearthed some of the other key facts and figures from the groundbreaking pay-per-view itself - and it appears to be great news across the board for Cody Rhodes, The Young Bucks, and everyone else involved in the production of the show.

Here's a brief summary of the rest of the important financial figures:

  • Live Gate: $458,525

  • Merchandise: Every item sold out, no finite numbers from this

  • FITE: Grossed more than $1 Million between Starrcast and ALL IN iPPV sales.

  • Starrcast sold 11,000 tickets

  • Pro Wrestling Tees did just under $500k of t-shirt sales

  • Highspots had it's biggest merchandise day ever at the convention

  • PPV Numbers: Not out yet and impossible to predict due to no prior reference point. Google Trends showed that this didn't have mainstream steam, but no wrestling show outside of WWE has shown that in recent memory.

Meltzer goes along with the total attendance put forward by the Bucks and Rhodes on social media over the last few days - a whopping 11,263, which was, with the setup inside the arena, the fire department maximum they could fit in. Even more extraordinary is the fact that every single punter in the arena paid for a ticket - there were no comps given out, meaning All In is what's known as a 'Total Utilization' in the trade - according to Cody on the latest episode of Being The Elite.

Once again, a hearty congratulations to all involved from all of us here at Cultaholic.

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