AEW had another massive night in viewership with Fyter Fest Night Two.
Brandon Thurston of Wrestlenomics has reported that the show garnered a whopping 1.148 million viewers. This is the third-highest viewership in the show’s history.
He also reports that Fyter Fest Night Two posted a 0.44 rating in the key 18-49 demographic. This is the highest number the show has had since the December 9, 2020 episode. Thurston also notes that this rating is higher than a number of recent episodes of Raw.
This was another eventful show with the surprise debuts of Nick Gage and Chavo Guerrero Jr.
The show also featured a title change with Lance Archer winning New Japan Pro Wrestling’s IWGP United States Championship from Jon Moxley. The two had a Texas Deathmatch where Archer won by chokeslamming Moxley through a barbed wire board.