The ratings have been revealed for the go-home edition of AEW Rampage (November 18) before AEW Full Gear 2022.
The episode saw Eddie Kingston and Ortiz go up against Konosuke Takeshita and Jun Akiyama in the main event, to help set up the Mad King vs Akiyama at AEW Full Gear: Zero Hour the following night.
The show also saw Ricky Starks defeat Lance Archer in a rescheduled AEW World Title Eliminator Tournament Semi Final.
According to Brandon Thurston of Wrestlenomics, the episode received an overall viewership of 445,000 viewers, and scored a 0.14 in the 18 – 49 key demographic.
While the overall viewership was down from the previous week’s 456,000, the key demographic was up slightly from the previous week’s 0.11.
Thurston also revealed the ratings for AEW’s half hour Countdown to Full Gear special, which aired immediately after AEW Rampage.
The special received a total of 234,000 viewers, and a 0.06 in the key demographic.
Rampage was ranked number 17 among cable originals.
It ranked at number 32 when including broadcast primetime.
The Countdown special ranked at number 85 among cable originals.
For more information about AEW television ratings, check out WrestleTalk’s AEW Rampage ratings tracker.
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