AEW Rampage And Collision To Go Head-To-Head With WWE Survivor Series

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AEW and WWE will go head-to-head on November 25th.

It’s been confirmed that AEW Rampage will move from its usual Friday night slot to Saturday, November 25th. The show will now air at 7 pm ET directly before Collision.

This means the shows will go directly up against WWE Survivor Series which kicks off with a one-hour pre-show at 7 pm.

While no matches have been announced for Rampage, Collision will see two matches in the Continental Classic with Eddie Kingston taking on Brody King and Daniel Garcia squaring off against Claudio Castagnoli.

Survivor Series will be headlined by the return of Randy Orton, who hasn’t wrestled since May 2022. The star will team with Cody Rhodes, Seth Rollins, Jey Uso, and Sami Zayn to take on Judgment Day and Drew McIntyre inside Wargames.

AEW Collision Hits Record Low Against WWE SmackDown

The move comes after the November 17th episode of Collision struggled badly against SmackDown. AEW’s newest show moved from its traditional Saturday night TV slot due to Full Gear taking place on the 18th and took a huge hit in the ratings as a result.

Airing before Rampage, Collision pulled in just 270,000 viewers with a 0.08 rating in the 18-49 demographic.

By contrast, SmackDown drew 2.2 million viewers with a 0.09 rating in the same demo.