This week marked the end of the Wednesday Night Wars. NXT will move to Tuesdays starting next week. They brought a huge show to the USA Network to mark their final head-to-head competition with AEW Dynamite. How did the viewership turn out?

Showbuzz Daily reports that AEW Dynamite pulled in 688,000 viewers. NXT brought in 768,000 viewers for night one of NXT TakeOver: Stand & Deliver, a show that also played commercial-free on Peacock.

AEW Dynamite still won in the coveted 18-49 demographic. They scored a .28 to WWE NXT’s .22.

Last week AEW Dynamite brought in 700,000 viewers to WWE NXT’s 654,000. AEW got a .26 in the 18-49 demographic to NXT’s .26. That is quite a narrow win in viewership for All Elite Wrestling, and both performed well in the demographic.

The week prior saw AEW Dynamite garner 757,000 viewers and WWE NXT saw 678,000 fans tune in. The week before that saw AEW Dynamite draw 768,000 viewers and WWE NXT brought in 597,000 viewers.

The previous week, AEW Dynamite pulled in 743,000 viewers against NXT which drew in 691,000. That is a big drop for AEW from the last week, but NXT was about the same.

The week prior saw AEW Dynamite bring in 934,000 viewers with WWE NXT earning 692,000 overnight viewers. That was AEW’s best viewership so far in 2021. Last week saw 831.000 overnight viewers for AEW Dynamite while WWE NXT garnered 734,000 overnight viewers.

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