— Ric Flair’s Last Match PPV aired this past weekend and according to preliminary figures posted in the latest Wrestling Observer Newsletter, the event appears to be a gigantic success from a financial standpoint, coming in as the second biggest indie show in the United States in the modern era.
— The report claims the show drew between 20,000 and 25,000 buys via streaming PPV and another 4,200 through more linear PPV. Both figures are impressive given that the show had no traditional TV promotion. By comparison, All In in 2018 without promotion did about 55,000 buys.
— In terms of attendance, the show drew 6,800 fans for a gat of $448,502 which would be slightly behind All In that drew 10,541 paid for a gate of $458,525.