AEW Collision remains steady, largest figures since October

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AEW Collision’s audience was steady this past Saturday with multiple Continental Classic matches and a Texas Street Fight.

The December 16 Collision episode averaged 457,000 viewers and 193,000 (0.15) in the 18-49 demographic, per Wrestlenomics.

It was Collision’s highest viewership and 18-49 figures since October 28 and the largest 18-49 audience since October 21.

The audience was nearly identical to last week’s viewership figure of 455,000 while the 18-49 audience increased 4% this week.

Adults 18-34 were identical from the week prior with males growing from 49,000 to 54,000 while females in the demo decreased from 19,000 to 14,000.

Adults 35-49 were up by 6% to 125,000.

Wrestlenomics reports that the peak quarter for viewership was from 8:15 – 8:30 p.m. ET with the ending of Andrade El Idolo vs. Claudio Castagnoli, a series of backstage interviews, and Abadon vs. Jazmin Allure, and the return of Thunder Rosa with 487,000 viewers. The peak for the 18-49 audience was for the final quarter with Bryan Danielson vs. Brody King with 205,000 viewers.

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