AEW Dynamite made its debut in October 2019 and since then has worked hard to provide an alternate product to what fans see in WWE. For the most part, they have succeeded, but there is still a lot of room for improvement. It seems AEW has a new tactic in order to get more fans to watch Rampage.
With the inception of AEW Rampage earlier this year, the company has more content than ever before. Due to this many fans have wondered if AEW will ever get a streaming service. It might become a reality next year as well.
Tony Khan previously revealed that he was over the moon after AEW Rampage beat Friday Night Smackdown in head to head ratings. Despite this, AEW Rampage has been dwindling ratings over the past few weeks, which has been a cause for concern for many fans.
According to the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, AEW has employed a new strategy in order to get more fans to tune into Rampage. It ultimately sees the show revealing the card for the next episode of Dynamite, which is the pull.
”The only thing announced for the 12/1 show in Duluth, GA, is Ruby Soho vs. Kris Statlander in the TBS tournament. They announced that they would announce the show on the 11/26 Rampage show. It seems like that’s the mindset to try and get people to watch Rampage because they reveal the Dynamite card.”
Despite AEW Dynamite’s success, AEW Rampage continues to fall in ratings for the most part. Tony Khan previously defended the low ratings, but the company must do something to help the show in the long run. We will have to wait and see if AEW’s strategy works or not.
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