AEW Rampage was introduced last year as a way to give fans more worthwhile wrestling content. Initially, the show had great ratings, but that did not last all that long whatsoever. Now Tony Khan has addressed Rampage’s dwindling ratings.

As previously reported, the December 2nd episode of AEW Rampage brought in 361,000 viewers, with a .08 in the 18 to 49 demographic. This was a shocking new low for the show.

While speaking during a media call to hype up ROH Final Battle, AEW President Tony Khan addressed AEW Rampage’s dwindling ratings. Khan stated that he looking to put strong matches on Rampage. With a stacked roster like AEW has right now, Khan said that it is time to put all hands on deck on Friday. PW Insider provided the following note from the call.

Khan was asked about the Rampage ratings dropping and how he will address. He’s looking to put strong matches on Rampage and with the depth of the roster, it’s a time for Khan to put all hands on deck on Friday. He always tries to listen to the feedback to the fans.

We will have to wait and see whether Tony Khan will be able to fix the numerous issues plaguing AEW Rampage right now. By the looks of it, that might still take a while.

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