AEW Rampage Viewership For 10/8 Sees A Decrease; Just Above 500,000 Viewers
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AEW Rampage has hit its lowest number since the show premiered on August 20. Despite having a line-up which featured CM Punk, The Lucha Brothers and a Philadelphia Street Fight featuring Ricky Starks vs. Brian Cage, the 10/8 episode was watched by a total of 502,000 viewers, putting it 15th on cable for the evening, according to Brandon Thurston of Wrestlenomics. Regarding the 18-49 demographic, Rampage scored a 0.17 down from the 0.25 of the previous week.
Final rating WWE Smackdown on Friday on Fox was watched by 2,147,000 viewers and did a 0.52 rating in 18 to 49.
— Brandon Thurston (@BrandonThurston) October 11, 2021
Rampage was competing with the beginning of the MLB Playoffs featuring the Los Angeles Dodgers against the rival San Francisco Giants, but the series has been on the decline ever since the “First Dance” premiere which featured the wrestling return of CM Punk. Next week, AEW Rampage will be live from Miami and will sharing a half-hour with WWE Friday Night SmackDown which will be airing on FS1 instead of FOX.
This week on a LIVE version of 2 Dynamite Dudes On A Rampage, The DeAngelo brothers discuss the AEW return of Hangman Page in the Casino Ladder match! Plus:
- The official introduction of the TBS Title and who should be the first to hold the belt!
- CM Punk takes on all challengers!
- The re-emergence of Arn Anderson!
- Darby dueling with MJF!
- Tony Khan & AEW going head-to-head with SmackDown next week!
- Sammy Guevara as TNT Champion and battling a veteran like Bobby Fish!
- America’s Top Team vs. Inner Circle
- Ricky Starks vs. Brian Cage go toe-to-toe in a Philly Street Fight!
- Blue Meanie & Crowbar show up in AEW!
- Serena Deeb is an all-out heel!
- and more!
2 Dynamite Dudes On A Rampage is hosted by WrestleZone and features writer Dominic DeAngelo discussing the weekly ongoings of All Elite Wrestling with his degenerate brother Marcus of AdFreeShows.com.