AEW Collision has experienced a significant decline in viewership.
According to reports from Wrestlenomics, the episode that aired on September 2nd faced stiff competition and struggled to attract viewers. This particular episode garnered only 345,000 viewers, accompanied by a 0.11 rating in the crucial 18-49-year-old demographic.
This figure represents a notable drop from the previous episode that aired on August 26th, which managed to secure 552,000 viewers. It’s important to mention that the September 2nd episode faced competition from WWE Payback and a college football game between LSU and Florida State.
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This decline in viewership marks a new low for AEW Collision, with the previous record low occurring when the show went head-to-head with SummerSlam.
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