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AEW Rampage Ratings: Early Viewership for 12/01/24

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The latest episode of AEW Rampage, which aired on January 12, 2024, witnessed a slight decline in viewership, continuing a trend observed in recent weeks.

The episode, dubbed the ‘Homecoming’ edition, was taped at Daily’s Place following Dynamite.

AEW Rampage Ratings: Viewership Details

The episode attracted a total of 361,000 viewers, with 126,000 of these falling within the key demographic of 18 to 49-year-olds according to a new report from Alfred Konuwa.

This figure represents a decrease from the previous week’s viewership, which stood at 406,000, with a 0.14 rating in the same demographic.

AEW Rampage Ratings: Highlights of the Episode

The Homecoming episode featured several notable moments. Eddie Kingston successfully defended the AEW Continental Crown Championship against Wheeler Yuta, concluding the match with a Northern Lights Bomb. Interestingly, the ROH Pure title was not on the line during this encounter.

In another match, Swerve Strickland, accompanied by Prince Nana, achieved a swift victory over Matt Sydal, ending the bout with a Storm Cradle Driver in just four to five minutes.

Hikaru Shida also secured a win against Queen Aminata in a contest that lasted approximately 7 to 8 minutes.

The evening concluded with an entertaining match featuring the Dark Order – Evil Uno, John Silver, and Alex Reynolds, with Negative One at their side. They triumphed over 2.0’s Matt Menard and Angelo Parker, along with Jake Hagar.

FAQ

  • What was the viewership for the AEW Rampage episode on 12/01/24?
    • The episode attracted 361,000 viewers, with 126,000 in the 18 to 49 demographic.
  • Who retained the AEW Continental Crown Championship?
    • Eddie Kingston retained the title against Wheeler Yuta.
  • How did the viewership compare to the previous week?
    • There was a decrease from the previous week’s 406,000 viewers.
  • What are the concerns regarding AEW Rampage?
    • The main concern is the fluctuating viewership and how the show can maintain and grow its audience.
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