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AEW Collision gets BIGGEST rating since debut this week (26/07/23)

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AEW Collision has been making waves in the wrestling world, and the latest episode is no exception. The show, aired on July 29th, saw a significant surge in viewership, marking the highest rating since its premiere.

According to Wrestlenomics, 739,000 viewers on average tuned in to watch the action-packed event, a substantial increase from the 618,000 viewers who watched the previous week’s episode.

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AEW Collision: The Demographics Tell a Story

The show’s success wasn’t just in the overall viewership numbers. AEW Collision also saw a notable rise in the coveted 18 to 49 demographic, drawing a 0.27 rating, a significant increase from the previous week’s 0.18 rating.

This demographic is particularly important for advertisers and sponsors, making this increase a significant win for AEW Collision.

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The Final Quarter: A Peak in Viewership

The final quarter-hour of the show, which featured the climax of the main event, was a particular high point.

Brandon Thurston of Wrestlenomics highlighted that this segment of the show averaged 837,000 viewers and a 0.33 rating in the 18 to 49 demographic. This peak in viewership underscores the captivating nature of AEW Collision’s content and its ability to retain audience interest throughout the show.

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Highlights of the Week’s Episode

The episode kicked off with a thrilling ladder match between Andrade El Idolo and The House of Black’s Buddy Matthews, with El Idolo emerging victorious and reclaiming his mask.

The excitement continued as CM Punk revealed his bag contained the AEW World Championship that he never lost from All Out 2022, setting the stage for a title defence against Ricky Starks in the following week’s episode.

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The Main Event: A Showstopper

The main event of the night saw FTR defend their AEW World Tag Team Titles against AEW World Champion MJF and Adam Cole. In a thrilling conclusion, FTR successfully retained their titles, adding another chapter to their legacy.

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