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While the final numbers from linear pay-per-view providers still have to be calculated, AEW’s Tony Khan said that last Sunday’s All Out brought in more than 200,000 buys — a record for the company.

After those linear buys are figured out, that number is expected to grow significantly.

Speaking on his Friday segment for Busted Open Radio, Khan didn’t provide any other details but was very happy about the success, specifically thanking CM Punk, his roster and the fans. He said he planned this card for well over a year and had the date circled for quite some time.

Punk’s return after more than seven years away was the major selling point as he faced Darby Allin in his hometown of Chicago, Illinois. Rumors of Bryan Danielson and Ruby Soho debuting in some form leaked beforehand and came to fruition with the show also featuring the surprise debuts of Adam Cole and Minoru Suzuki.

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Khan also noted they have sold more than 100,000 Punk t-shirts and thousands upon thousands of ice cream bars since his debut.