Wednesday Night Wars Recap | Week 11

by Chad Cooper Head into Week 11 of the Wednesday Night Wars. Last week, AEW claimed a very small victory in the ratings wars. AEW was in the Lone Star State on Wednesday night Garland near Dallas while NXT is back at Full Sail University in Florida. Let’s get to the shows… Head to head TV ratings:  Week 10: AEW (851K), NXT (845K) Week 9: … Continue reading Wednesday Night Wars Recap | Week 11

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Wednesday Night Wars Recap | Week 10

by Chad Cooper NXT has won the ratings battle the last two weeks. If you read the Wednesday Night Wars’ report last week, you know that I shit on AEW Dynamite’s episode and it showed in the TV ratings as Tony Khan’s crew bottomed out with a 663K viewing audience, which was their lowest watched show in 9 episodes.  Head to head TV ratings:  Week … Continue reading Wednesday Night Wars Recap | Week 10

The Wednesday Night Wars | Thanksgiving Edition

By Chad Cooper Twitter @thechadcooper Thanksgiving edition of the Wednesday Night Wars…What a week NXT had, beginning last Wednesday as they beat AEW in the TV ratings and had one of, if not, the best PPV events of the year with NXT Takeover. That momentum rolled over into WWE’s Survivor Series as NXT also had a helluva night.  Head to head TV ratings:  Week 8: … Continue reading The Wednesday Night Wars | Thanksgiving Edition

Wednesday Night Wars Recap | Week 8

by Chad Cooper Twitter @thechadcooper Week 8 of the Wednesday Night Wars was very intense. It was the “go home” show for NXT as they have “Takeover” and Survivor Series this weekend while AEW countered with Nick Jackson-Fenix and Moxley-Darby Allin.  Head to head TV ratings:  Week 7: AEW (957K), NXT (750K) Week 6: AEW (822K), NXT (813K) Week 5: AEW (759K), NXT (580K) Week … Continue reading Wednesday Night Wars Recap | Week 8

The Wednesday Night Wars Begin with a Bang

By Chad Cooper Twitter @thechadcooper The build up to the second coming of the Monday Night Wars, which has now been dubbed Wednesday Night Wars, was more than a wrestling fan could have ever imagined as AEW “Dynamite” and WWE NXT went toe-to-toe for the first time ever. With wrestling on TV literally five to six nights a week thanks to ROH, Impact and MLW, … Continue reading The Wednesday Night Wars Begin with a Bang