AEW Collision viewership figures for taped show in Buffalo

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On the night before Forbidden Door, a taped edition of AEW Collision fell to a three-week low in viewership.

The June 29 episode from Buffalo averaged 422,000 viewers and 164,000 (0.12) in the 18-49 demographic, per Wrestlenomics.

The viewership drop was two percent and the show’s lowest mark since June 8. The 18-49 audience decreased by 13 percent to its lowest audience since June 1.

In the core demo, males fell by 19 percent to 109,000 viewers while females grew by two percent from the previous episode.

Adults 18-34 were down by 24 percent with a decline from 71,000 viewers to 54,000.

The show was headlined by a six-man tag with Konosuke Takeshita, Jack Perry & El Phantasmo against Mark Briscoe, Lio Rush & Dante Martin.

Collision aired against the UFC 303 preliminary fights on ESPN as well as coverage of the Olympic Trials on NBC.

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