AEW Collision Ratings Report (9/30): All-time low for series in viewership and demo rating, other key metrics down

By Wade Keller, PWTorch editor


Last Saturday night’s AEW Collision drew an average of 327,000 viewers, an all-time low for the series. It went up against NXT No Mercy on Peacock. The previous low was 345,000 on Sept. 2 up against WWE Payback on Peacock.

The overall average viewership for the series is 529,938 viewers after 16 weeks. The last eight weeks have averaged 460,875.

In the key 18-49 demo, it drew a 0.08 rating, down from 0.18 the prior week. It’s the lowest demo rating for the series. The previous low was 0.11 on Sept. 2.

The male 18-49 demo drew a 0.09, down from 0.27. The male 18-34 demo drew 0.08, down from 0.20.

The show lacked a marquee main event. It advertised ahead of time these matches:

  • Andrade El Idolo vs. Juice Robinson
  • Ricky Starks & Big Bill & Aussie Open vs. FTR & Wheeler Yuta & Bryan Danielson
  • Best Friends vs. Matt Taven & Mike Bennett

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