AEW vs NXT Recap

Wednesday Night Wars is back after both shows were live again after the holidays. AEW had no show on Christmas night and NXT did a year in review on Jan. 1. A lot of buzz on Twitter thanks to a women’s matches on both shows – one was very favorable while the other got the shit emoji.  Head to head TV ratings:  Week: 14: AEW … Continue reading AEW vs NXT Recap

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Wednesday Night Wars Recap | Week 12

By Chad Cooper Twitter @thechadcooper We had a fucking tie last week in television ratings…Seriously? A tie? Both NXT and AEW drew a 778,000 television audience and last night’s shows were buried, especially on social media, thanks to the Democrats false sense of hope, which is what they call “impeachment.” Sore losers is much better.  Anyway, let’s jump into Week 12 of the Wednesday Night … Continue reading Wednesday Night Wars Recap | Week 12

AEW Dark, NWA Powerrr & MLW Fusion by the Numbers: 2019 YouTube Wrestling Wars Recap

Since October 2019, multiple wrestling promotions have started releasing their own original weekly programming via YouTube. Read: Top 250 Wrestling YouTube channels ever While WWE (NXT) and AEW have been trading ratings victories on-air, they have also been at war on the digital front. For this particular list, we are looking specifically at AEW DARK, NWA Powerrrr and MLW Fusion. We break down how each … Continue reading AEW Dark, NWA Powerrr & MLW Fusion by the Numbers: 2019 YouTube Wrestling Wars Recap

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

Wednesday Night Wars Recap | Week 6

By Chad Cooper Twitter @thechadcooper Week 6 of the Wednesday Night Wars as both shows come into the week off all-time low viewership (as marks say due to Game 7 of the World Series). AEW will their “go home” show as their “Full Gear” PPV is scheduled for this Saturday night and NXT invaded RAW & Smackdown, so the stakes were high for both shows. … Continue reading Wednesday Night Wars Recap | Week 6

Wednesday Night Wars Recap | Week 5

By Chad Cooper Twitter @thechadcooper We head into the second month of the “Wednesday Night Wars.” As both shows continue to heat up with great action, both shows have also trended down each week and have yet to gain viewers from the previous week. A lot of that has to do with the World Series and Wednesday’s ratings won’t be any better as the Washington … Continue reading Wednesday Night Wars Recap | Week 5

Wednesday Night Wars | Week 4 Recap

By Chad Cooper Twitter @thechadcooper We are officially 1 month into the “Wednesday Night Wars” and both shows continue to provide quality entertainment. NXT has given us better wrestling matches, but if you are into bigger names and production, AEW has the edge.   Television ratings:  Week 1: AEW (1.409 million), NXT (891K) Week 2: AEW (1.018 million), NXT (790K) Week 3: AEW (1.014 million), … Continue reading Wednesday Night Wars | Week 4 Recap