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AEW Collision Ratings: Early Viewership confirmed for 13/01/24 episode

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The latest episode of AEW Collision, aired on January 13, 2024, faced a significant challenge in viewership, grappling with stiff competition from TNA Wrestling’s Hard to Kill and NJPW’s Battle in the Valley.

Despite AEW’s efforts to deliver a captivating live show, the episode saw a dip in its viewership numbers, according to a new report from Alfred Konuwa.

AEW Collision Ratings: The Numbers

The episode attracted an overnight average viewership of 386,000, with 126,000 of those viewers falling within the key 18 to 49 demographic.

This figure represents a decline from the previous week’s average. To put this in perspective, the January 6th episode drew 397,000 viewers, with 170,000 in the 18 to 49 demographic.

Comparatively, the December 23rd episode had 489,000 viewers, with a 0.16 rating in the same demographic, while the December 16th episode attracted 440,000 viewers, including 184,000 in the 18 to 49 demographic.

The December 9th episode, which competed against WWE NXT Deadline, garnered 455,000 viewers and a 0.14 rating in the key demographic.

AEW Collision Ratings: Highlights of the January 13th Episode

The January 13th episode featured several noteworthy matches, including an Adam Copeland Open Challenge accepted by Lee Moriarty. In tag team action, FTR and Daniel Garcia faced the House of Black.

The episode also marked Deonna Purrazzo’s debut for AEW, where she competed against Red Velvet in a singles match. Additionally, the ROH World Six-Man Tag Team Championship was on the line, with Brian Cage and Gates of Agony defending against Lance Archer and Righteous.

Other highlights included Dustin Rhodes taking on Willie Mack and “Hangman” Adam Page clashing with JD Drake.

FAQs

  • What was the viewership for the AEW Collision episode on January 13, 2024?
    • The episode attracted an average of 386,000 viewers, with 126,000 in the 18 to 49 demographic.
  • How did this viewership compare to previous episodes?
    • There was a decrease compared to previous weeks, with the January 6th episode drawing 397,000 viewers and the December 23rd episode attracting 489,000 viewers.
  • What were some key matches on the January 13th episode?
    • Notable matches included Adam Copeland’s Open Challenge, FTR and Daniel Garcia vs. House of Black, and the ROH World Six-Man Tag Team Championship match.
  • What does this mean for AEW Collision’s future?
    • AEW will likely reassess and adapt its strategies to improve viewership and compete more effectively in the pro wrestling market.
  • Was there significant competition for AEW Collision on this date?
    • Yes, the episode faced strong competition from TNA Wrestling’s Hard to Kill and NJPW’s Battle in the Valley.
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