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AEW Collision Viewership Falls Hard With November 17th Episode Against WWE SmackDown

AEW Collision ran head-to-head with WWE SmackDown this week, which was done because Full Gear is on Saturday. That being said, AEW had quite a bit of competition, so let’s see how the viewership turned out.

Ringside News provided comprehensive coverage of AEW Collision and Rampage this week. It was quite a three-hour block of pro wrestling as Tony Khan’s company hyped their upcoming Full Gear pay-per-view.

According to Alfred Konuwa, the November 17th episode of AEW Collision brought in viewership of 251,000. They also garnered 95k in the 18 to 49 demographic. That number was down significantly, 37%, from the previous week’s number, which wasn’t even above 400k. WWE SmackDown drew 2.22 million viewers, going head-to-head with Collision.

The November 11th episode of AEW Collision drew 396,000 viewers, with a .11 in the 18 to 49 demographic. That number was up 8% from the previous week’s average.

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The November 4th episode of AEW Collision brought in 356,000 viewers, with 110k of those in the 18 to 49 demographic. That number was down from last week’s number by 25%.

The October 28th episode of AEW Collision drew 439,000 viewers with the fast national numbers. The October 21st episode of AEW Collision brought in 482,000 viewers, which is slightly down from the previous week’s 504,000 number. 189k of those fans were in the 18 to 49 demographic.

We will have complete coverage of AEW, and the rest of the pro wrestling world, here at Ringside News. Keep checking back for more updates as we continue keeping track of everything Tony Khan’s company is up to.

What’s your take on AEW Collision this week? Let us know what you think in the comments section!

November 18, 2023 2:54 pm

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