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Ratings of “AEW Dynamite” and “WWE NXT” from May 20, 2020

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AEW Dynamite # 33 rating from 20.05.2020

– The first broadcast of “AEW Dynamite” on May 20, 2020 was seen by an average of 701,000 viewers. Compared to last week (654,000 viewers), “AEW Dynamite” gained approximately 47,000 viewers (including 43,000 in the main target group P18-49). On average, AEW had around 109,000 more viewers this week than NXT (592,000 viewers).

The first broadcast on TNT came in at number 66 of the most watched shows on US cable television on Wednesday (previous week: place 66). In the main US target group (men and women between the ages of 18 and 49), they came in seventh with a rating of 0.26 points (previous week: 0.23 points) and 294,000 viewers (previous week: 337,000 viewers) ( Last week: 12th place).

Update

The following is the number of viewers of the individual segments on TNT:

* The opening promo by Brodie Lee and Jon Moxley vs. 10 saw 706,000 viewers (including 331,000 in the main target group).

* MJF vs. Marko Stunt lost 31,000 viewers (675,000 viewers, thereof 311,000 in the main target group). That was the low point of the show.

* The segment with Arn Anderson and Jake Roberts won 41,000 viewers (716,000 viewers, of which 348,000 in the main target group).

* Video promos by Darby Allin and PAC as well as the launch of Orange Cassidy vs. Rey Fenix ​​lost 37,000 viewers (679,000, of which 332,000 were in the main target group).

* The end of Orange Cassidy vs. Rey Fenix, the post-match angle, and the start of Kris Statlander & Hikaru Shida vs. Britt Baker & Nyla Rose won 13,000 viewers (692,000 viewers, including 339,000 in the main audience).

* The majority of Kris Statlander & Hikaru Shida vs. Britt Baker & Nyla Rose and a Jon Moxley promotion won 47,000 viewers (739,000 viewers, including 338,000 in the main audience). This was the highlight of the show.

* A Shawn Spears promo, hype videos for next week’s show and the “Double or Nothing II” PPV, and the beginning of Matt Hardy vs. Sammy Guevara lost 57,000 viewers (682,000 viewers, including 334,000 in the main target audience).

* The end of Matt Hardy vs. Sammy Guevara and the post-match brawl between the Elite and The Inner Circle won 40,000 viewers (722,000 viewers, including 364,000 in the main target group). This was the highlight of the show in the main target audience.

WWE NXT # 533 rating from 20.05.2020

– The live edition of NXT on the USA Network on May 13, 2020 saw an average of 592,000 viewers. This is the second lowest viewership for a regular NXT edition since it was launched in the United States. Compared to the previous week’s edition (604,000 viewers), 12,000 viewers were lost. In the US main target group P18-49, however, 66,000 viewers were lost, the average age of NXT viewers thus increased even further. Around 109,000 fewer people tuned in to NXT than to AEW (701,000 viewers).

The show came in at number 68 of the most watched shows on US cable television on Wednesday (previous week: place 68). In the main US target group (men and women between the ages of 18 and 49), they came in 53rd place with a rating of 0.13 points (previous week: 0.15 points) and 172,000 viewers (previous week: 238,000 viewers) Last week: 46th place). This is the lowest number of viewers in the main audience for a regular NXT edition since the start on USA.

NXT and AEW Dynamite ran against a NASCAR race this week (2.087 million viewers, 0.34 rating points in the main target group P18-49 and 0.43 rating points in M18-49), which somewhat affects the numbers of both shows in the male target groups should have had a negative impact.

Update

The following is the number of viewers of the individual segments in the USA:

* NXT opened with 701,000 viewers (including 198,000 in the main target group) for Karrion Kross (w / Scarlett) vs. Liam Gray. This was the highlight of the show. Like almost every week, NXT benefited from the increased number of viewers for the lead-in show on USA.

* El Hijo del Fantasma vs. Akira Tozawa lost 82,000 viewers (619,000 viewers, including 188,000 in the main audience).

* A Shotzi Blackheart video, Mia Yim vs. Santana Garrett, the post-match angle with Johnny Gargano, Candice LeRae and Keith Lee, and a promo by Cameron Grimes lost 9,000 viewers (610,000 viewers, including 184,000 in the main target group).

* Roderick Strong vs. Dexter Lumis lost 32,000 viewers (578,000 viewers, including 168,000 in the main audience). That was the low point of the show.

* For fishing according to Roderick Strong vs. Dexter Lumis with Velveteen Dream and The Undisputed Era, as well as Oney Lorcan & Danny Burch vs. Ever Rise’s total audience remained the same (578,000 viewers, including 167,000 in the main audience).

* Most of Kushida vs. Drake Maverick lost 55,000 viewers (523,000 viewers, including 150,000 in the main audience). That was the low point of the show.

* The end of Kushida vs. Drake Maverick and a promotion by Damien Priest won 34,000 viewers (557,000 viewers, including 165,000 in the main target group).

* Io Shirai vs. Rhea Ripley won 15,000 viewers (572,000 viewers, including 155,000 in the main audience).

Below is a comparison of the ratings of AEW and NXT in the individual target groups, however, no results are known for NXT this week in most target groups, since the main target group did not end up in the top 50 on Wednesday (in brackets the values ​​from the previous week, insofar known):

AEW on TNT NXT on USA
Persons 18-49:

0.26 (0.23)

Persons 18-49:

0.13 (0.15)

Women 18-49:

0.21 (0.17)

Women 18-49:

– (0.12)

Men 18-49:

0.31 (0.28)

Men 18-49:

– (0.18)

Persons 18-34:

0.12 (0.14)

Persons 18-34:

– (0.08)

Women 12-34:

0.12 (0.10)

Women 12-34:

– (0.06)

Men 12-34:

0.11 (0.15)

Men 12-34:

– (0.12)

Persons 12-17:

0.11 (0.11)

Persons 12-17:

– (0.10)

Persons 25-54:

0.31 (0.26)

Persons 25-54:

(0.18)

Persons 35-49:

0.40 (0.32)

Persons 35-49:

– (0.22)

People 50+:

0.28 (0.27)

People 50+:

– (0.32)

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Jeff Hardy has renewed his WWE contract!

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Jeff Hardy has renewed his WWE contract!

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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