AEW Rampage’s viewership falls to a two-month low

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Despite a marquee attraction with The Elite wrestling on the show, AEW Rampage experienced its lowest viewership of the past two months.

The February 3rd edition of AEW Rampage averaged 406,000 viewers and approximately 149,000 (0.11) in the 18-49 demographic, per Wrestlenomics and Showbuzz Daily.

The show ranked #28 among cable originals with a drop of 11 percent in overall viewership and a 20 percent decline among the 18-49 audience from the previous week.

Rampage was drastically affected by a big series of decreases in its female audiences. Women in the 18-49 demo fell 43 percent while females 18-34 dropped by 32 percent and 35-49 fell by 53 percent from last week. Males in the same demos dropped six percent, unchanged in 18-34, and saw an eight percent decrease in 35-49.

It was Rampage’s lowest viewership since December 2, 2022, and its lowest 18-49 audience since December 9 last year.

In its time slot, Rampage finished behind The Ingraham Angle on Fox News, Love After Lockup, On Patrol Live, Top Rank Boxing on ESPN, and House Hunters.

The show opened with Kenny Omega & The Young Bucks wrestling Ethan Page, Matt Hardy & Isiah Kassidy with the Trios Championships being defended and the first time The Elite have wrestled on Rampage since returning last November. The main event of the show featured Rush taking on Christopher Daniels.

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