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AEW extends its lead over NXT and for the first time beats WWE RAW and WWE SmackDown

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AEW extends its lead over NXT and for the first time beats WWE RAW and WWE SmackDown

AEW extends its lead over NXT and for the first time beats WWE RAW and WWE SmackDown

AEW Dynamite # 42 rating from 22.07.2020

– The first broadcast of “AEW Dynamite” on July 22, 2020, was seen by an average of 845,000 viewers. Compared to last week (788,000 viewers), the audience gained around 57,000. This is the highest number of viewers since March 18, 2020, the first empty arena show. At that time, 932,000 people watched AEW, who were able to experience the debuts of Brodie Lee and Matt Hardy live. Around 230,000 more people tuned in to AEW this week than to NXT (615,000 viewers).

The first broadcast on TNT came in at number 60 of the most-watched shows on US cable television on Wednesday (previous week: place 67). In the main US target group (men and women between the ages of 18 and 49), they came in 5th place on Wednesday with a rating of 0.32 points (previous week: 0.29 points) and 409,000 viewers (previous week: 380,000 viewers) Last week: 5th place). If you exclude the news shows, AEW ended up in third place in the main target group, and even number one in the target group men between 18 and 49 years old (including the Premier League game between Chelsea FC and Liverpool FC) broadcast at different times.

For the first time in its relatively young history, AEW was able to win a target group compared to the wrestling shows of the past seven days. 58,000 women between the ages of 18 and 34 tuned in to AEW, 55,000 to RAW (July 20), 43,000 to SmackDown (July 17) and 17,000 to NXT.

WWE NXT # 542 rating from 07/22/2020

– The NXT edition on the USA Network on July 22, 2020, saw an average of 615,000 viewers. Compared to the previous week’s edition (631,000 viewers), approximately 16,000 viewers were lost. This is the third-lowest number of viewers for a regular NXT edition since the start on the USA and the lowest value since the edition of May 20, 2020, at that time only 592,000 people tuned in. The “record” for a regular edition was set with 590,000 viewers on April 1, 2020. Around 230,000 fewer people tuned in to NXT this week than to AEW (845,000 viewers).

The show came in 68th place on Wednesday’s most-watched shows on US cable television (previous week: 64th place). In the main US target group (men and women between the ages of 18 and 49), they came in 35th with a rating of 0.17 points (previous week: 0.14 points) and 219,000 viewers (previous week: 186,000 viewers): 49th place) on Wednesday. If you exclude the news shows, NXT came 15th in the main target group and 17th in the target group men between the ages of 18 and 49.

– In the main US target audience, Wednesday night was the most successful day of the past seven days in terms of wrestling shows. A total of 628,000 people watched AEW or NXT (183,000 aged 18 to 34, 445,000 aged 35 to 49), while RAW (July 20) only 598,000 people (143,000 aged 18 to 34, 455,000 aged 35 to 49) Years) to turn on. On July 17th A total of 601,000 people watched SmackDown, 144,000 of whom were between 18 and 34 years old, 457,000 between 35 and 49 years old. Accordingly, Wednesday evening is also number 1 in the target group of people between the ages of 18 and 34. Of the 183,000 viewers between the ages of 18 and 34, 129,000 watched AEW and 54,000 NXT.

– Below is a comparison of the ratings of AEW and NXT in the individual target groups (in brackets the values ​​from the previous week, as far as known):

NXT on USA

Persons 18-49:
0.17 (0.14)

Women 18-49:
0.10 (0.14)

Men 18-49:
0.23 (0.14)

Persons 18-34:
0.08 (0.05)

Women 12-34:
0.04 (0.09)

Men 12-34:
0.08 (0.02)

Persons 12-17:
0.04 (0.06)

Persons 25-54:
0.20 (0.19)

Persons 35-49:
0.26 (0.30)

People 50+:
0.33 (0.36)

AEW on TNT
Persons 18-49:
0.32 (0.29)
Women 18-49:
0.20 (0.18)
Men 18-49:
0.44 (0.40)
Persons 18-34:
0.18 (0.16)
Women 12-34:
0.14 (0.10)
Men 12-34:
0.19 (0.20)
Persons 12-17:
0.15 (0.14)
Persons 25-54:
0.38 (0.35)
Persons 35-49:
0.46 (0.42)
People 50+:
0.31 (0.30)

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Jeff Hardy has renewed his WWE contract!

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Jeff Hardy has renewed his WWE contract!

– There won’t be a reunion of the Hardys in the next few years, because Jeff Hardy has extended his WWE contract! What the reigning WWE Intercontinental Champion Jeff Hardy already hinted at in an interview with BT Sport recently has now been confirmed by Dave Meltzer. Jeff and his brother Matt had both signed 3-year contracts in 2017, but Jeff’s contract was unilaterally extended by WWE because the 43-year-old had been sidelined for a long time due to injuries and personal problems. While Matt left the market leader after the contract ended and signed with All Elite Wrestling, Jeff was bound even longer. But now he has signed a new contract that ties him to WWE for either 3 years or even 5 years.

– Meanwhile, WrestleVotes reports that another WWE Superstar recently decided not to renew his contract but to leave the company after his current contract ends. No information was given about who it was.

– For the past two weeks, Friday Night SmackDown has been broadcasting videos announcing the arrival of a blonde female wrestler. Meanwhile it is becoming apparent that this is Carmella, who will return to the shows with a new gimmick. The 32-year-old has not been part of the WWE shows since May, although it is unknown why she was absent. She played her last match on May 10 at the “Money in the Bank” PPV.

– Ivar is undergoing neck surgery this Monday in Birmingham, Alabama. It is still unclear which injury the Viking Raider sustained, but he is threatened with a break of at least a year. Todd Smith, his real name, had previously struggled with neck problems, which were exacerbated by the unsuccessful dive last week. The injury could also be very bad news for his tag team partner Erik. Injury to a tag team wrestler at WWE very often means that his partner also wastes the shows. Erik’s defeat to Lashley yesterday in just 2 minutes should not be a good sign for the 36-year-old.

– Dominik Mysterio made it to the top of WWE within a few weeks. As the PWInsider reports, the WWE officials already count the 23-year-old among the top 3 or top 4 baby faces in the RAW roster. Rey Mysterio’s son has more than just convinced the WWE officials since his first match at the “WWE SummerSlam” and there is currently no end in sight to his push.

Jeff Hardy has renewed his WWE contract!

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