AEW Rampage Draws Highest Viewership Since August For 2-Hour Grand Slam Edition

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AEW Rampage Draws Highest Viewership Since August For 2-Hour Grand Slam Edition AEW

The viewership figure and demo rating for Friday’s (September 23) Grand Slam edition of AEW Rampage on TNT has been revealed.

According to Brandon Thurston of Wrestlenomics, Rampage Grand Slam drew 522,000 viewers. This is up from the September 16 edition that drew 470,000 viewers.

This was a special two-hour edition for the Grand Slam special. Hour one drew 558,000 viewers, while hour two drew 486,000 viewers.

The hour one viewership was the highest for the program since April 8. This was the highest viewership for the show overall since August 12.

In the key 18-49 demographic, Friday’s episode scored 0.17 rating. This is also up from the week prior that scored 0.14 rating.

This is the highest demo rating for Rampage since April 22.

The show featured Sting and Darby Allin defeating House of Black in a No Disqualification Match thanks to The Great Muta and Ricky Starks defeating Powerhouse Hobbs in a Lights Out main event.

A full list of AEW Rampage TV ratings for 2022 can be found at this link.

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