AEW Dynamite viewership for show headlined by Jon Moxley vs. Darby Allin

By Jason Powell, ProWrestling.net Editor (@prowrestlingnet)

Wednesday’s AEW Dynamite television show produced 893,000 viewers for Wednesday’s episode on TNT, according to Showbuzzdaily.com. The viewership count was down from the 957,000 viewers who watched last week’s episode.

Powell’s POV: NXT won the weekly battle over AEW by 23,000 viewers. AEW finished eighth in the 18-49 demographic, while NXT finished 14th in the same category. I will have more on NXT’s numbers in a separate post momentarily.



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Readers Comments (6)

  1. With AEW, 5th week in a row under 1 million viewers. Give credit to TNA wrestling whether you like them or hate them. They held on to 1 million viewers on a consistent basis for 5 years. AEW lost their 1 million viewers after 3 weeks.

    Also AEW show last night was okay. Not great. The battle royale was dull and the women’s match was putrid. Started off great with Fenix vs Nick Jackson. After that, it was average

    • TV viewership was different then and TNA didn’t run opposite NXT (let alone NXT loading up its show with main roster surprises). TNA certainly deserves credit for some things, but this is just not a fair comparison.

    • The most important thing about the All Petite Wrestling ratings is that they’ve literally had 1 week that didn’t drop from the previous week in 2 months on TV. It’s a bad product with 5-6 guys worth watching.

      Oh, and that Jackson vs Fenix match was no selling indie garbage.

    • They were also going head-to-head with Raw…in 2010. During the build to WrestleMania XXVI. So, even more impressive for the company that continues to defy.
      Side thought: if you think it’s “bad” that NXT has been losing the rating against AEW in 2019, can you imagine how bad it would be if TNA went up against NXT in its original conception?

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