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AEW Collision sees huge ratings and viewership drop (01/07/23)

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The AEW Collision event that aired on TNT in the 8 pm-10 pm ET timeslot on July 1, 2023, pulled in 452,000 viewers.

This was a decrease from the previous week’s viewership of 595,000. The event drew a 0.13 rating in the 18-49 demographic, down from the 0.21 key demo rating one week ago. These statistics were reported by Brandon Thurston of WrestleNomics.

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Key Matches and Highlights

The episode featured several high-profile matches. TBS Champion Kris Statlander faced off against Lady Frost, while Samoa Joe took on Roderick Strong with CM Punk providing commentary.

Powerhouse Hobbs battled Dustin Rhodes, and Ricky Starks went head-to-head with Juice Robinson, among other matches.

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Comparing AEW Collision Ratings

The drop in viewership and key demo rating from the previous week is noteworthy. However, it’s important to remember that ratings can fluctuate due to a variety of factors, including competition from other programming and the appeal of the matches and wrestlers featured on a particular episode.

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The Impact of Ratings on AEW Collision

Ratings are a key measure of a wrestling show’s success. They provide insight into how many viewers are tuning in and, more specifically, how many viewers in the coveted 18-49 demographic are watching.

This demographic is particularly important to advertisers, and a high rating in this demographic can make a show more appealing to potential sponsors.

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