AEW Rampage Ratings Stay Under 400k

AEW Rampage

Although getting a small increase in viewership, it seems AEW Rampage is struggling to get a strong market share.

With the addition of Collision, AEW now have three weekly programs for fans to try and keep up with. Whilst this is useful for announcements in the buildup to a hectic period including All In and All Out, and a stacked roster to try and share around, it’s a lot of expectation for everyone to watch.

The most recent edition of AEW Rampage featured a Tag Team Battle Royale with the winners get a shot at Better Than You Baybay at All Out, as well as Willow Nightingale and Skye Blue teaming up to take on Taya Valkyrie and Anna Jay, and ‘Hangman’ Adam Page’s return to the show.

Although it’s not a fair comparison to compare figures against Friday Night SmackDown, the viewership doesn’t look great.

How Many People Watched AEW Rampage?

According to Wrestlenomics reporter Brandon Thurston, this week’s edition of Rampage earned a viewership of 372,000 people. This was at least an improvement on the previous week, which only 348,000 viewers.

That also amounts to a key demographic 18-49 following of 0.11. Whilst an increase can be considered as a positive, it has to be remember that this was one of the final shows before All Out, where not much had been announced as of a week before due to the company being in the United Kingdom and results needing to be decided on that show first.

SmackDown in contrast had a viewership of 2,443,000, and was headlined by more back and forth with The Bloodline as Solo Sikoa took on AJ Styles.