AEW Rampage Scores Lowest Demo Rating In Normal Time Slot

AEW Rampage Scores Lowest Demo Rating In Normal Time Slot AEW

The viewership figure and demo rating for Friday’s (July 29) Fight For The Fallen edition of AEW Rampage on TNT has been revealed.

Per Brandon Thurston of Wrestlenomics, Rampage drew 375,000 viewers. This is down from the July 22 edition that drew 428,000 viewers.

This is the second lowest total viewership in the show’s history from their normal time slot and the lowest overall since the May 27 edition that aired at 6:30PM EST.

In the key 18-49 demographic, Friday’s show scored 0.11 rating. This is down from the week prior that scored 0.17 rating.

The demo rating is the lowest from the normal time slot in the show’s history. It also ties the lowest in the show’s history overall with the May 6 episode that aired at 5:30PM EST.

The show featured Orange Cassidy and Best Friends defeating Jay Lethal, Sonjay Dutt and Satnam Singh as well as Anna Jay A.S. defeating Ruby Soho in the main event.

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

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2 years ago by SP3




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