Wrestling TV Ratings: Up-to-date WWE, NXT and AEW TV Ratings

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Fans are always curious about the latest wrestling ratings, well look no further as we bring to you the most recent numbers for this week’s WWE Raw, WWE Smackdown, NXT, AEW Dynamite, and AEW Collision.

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WWE Raw TV Ratings fall for April 29th episode

Night 2 of the 2024 WWE Draft delivered improved ratings for Raw this week compared to the April 22nd edition of the series.

Last week, WWE Raw averaged 1.597 million viewers. Which was down 12% from the previous week. However, Monday’s edition, which featured the second half of this year’s draft, increased by nearly 100,000 viewers up to 1.683 million viewers. The show peaked in the second hour with 1.75 million sets of eye balls but overall numbers are still down compared to the weeks prior to WrestleMania 40.

This week’s show saw the return of former WWE champion Braun Strowman and featured a six-man tag main event won by Ricochet, Jey Uso, and Andrade.

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WWE NXT TV Ratings for April 30th episode

The NXT ratings for the April 30 episode, which featured part two of their Spring Breakin’ event, dipped compared to last week.

The April 23rd show for WWE’s series showcasing the future of the company scored 661,000 average viewers, which was up 6% from the previous week. However, Tuesday’s episode dropped by nearly 100,000 viewers to 569,000. The number is down 14% from last week and unfortunately was the lowest NXT ratings the series has delivered since the July 4, 2023 episode.

This week’s show was also down a whopping 30% in the all important 18 to 39 year old demographic.

WWE Smackdown TV Ratings for April 26th episode

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Despite being the show that opened the 2024 WWE Draft, the most recent edition of WWE Smackdown saw 8% drop in ratings and the 18 to 39 demographic for the April 26th episode.

This past Friday, Smackdown averaged just 2.14 million viewers, which was nearly down 200,000 from the 2.33 the program drew last week. Along with that, the number is reportedly the lowesr so far in 2024, and is down just over 13% from this time last year.

The card saw a main event featuring WWE Universal Champion Cody Rhodes facing Smackdown draft pick, and former NXT champion, Carmelo Hayes.

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AEW Dynamite TV Ratings for May 1st episode

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Despite a major moment occurring to end the April 24 edition of the series, this week’s AEW Dynamite ratings again dropped. Wednesday’s show delivered just 683,000 average viewers. The number is nearly 100,000 less than last week’s 762,000 average and just slightly better than this week’s NXT TV ratings.

Wednesday’s Dynamite delivered a shocking moment as Jack Perry was reinstated by AEW boss Tony Khan, but the co-founder of the company was then attacked by Perry and new cronies The Elite — the Young Bucks and Kazuchika Okada.

It is a terrible number for the company after a slew of major free agent signings and is sadly Dynamite’s lowest viewership rating since Jan. 6, 2021.

AEW Collision TV Ratings for the April 27th episode

April was a positive month for Collission as strong sports leadins has helped to boost numbers even when the show was out of it’s normal time slot. That trend continued for the final show of the month when the April 27 edition of the series earned 621,000 average viewers. It was up 35% from the previous week and the episode was also up an impressive 62% with the 18 to 39 demo.

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