AEW Battle of the Belts VI has come and gone and the viewership numbers for the show are in.
According to a report by Wrestlenomics, the event drew in 415,000 viewers. This is a slight increase from Battle of the Belts V, which took place in October 2022, and drew in 409,000 viewers.
The previous Battle of the Belts events drew in varying amounts of viewership numbers, with Battle of the Belts III in August drawing 437,000 viewers, Battle of the Belts II in April drawing 527,000 viewers, and Battle of the Belts I in January drawing a solid 704,000 viewers. Battle of the Belts IV in October drew in 317,000 viewers.
The 18 to 49 demographic rating for Battle of the Belts VI was 0.14, which is an improvement from Battle of the Belts V’s rating of 0.11.
The show featured an ROH World Tag Team Championship match between The Lucha Bros and QT Marshall/Powerhouse Hobbs as its headliner. It aired live at 11 p.m. ET following AEW Rampage.
Battle of the Belts VI ranked 12th on cable for the night it aired.
The most viewed YouTube videos from Battle of the Belts VI include the revelation of a new challenger for Orange Cassidy’s AEW International title with 198,000 views, Taya Valkyrie crashing the victory party of Jade Cargill with 189,000 views, and the Lucha Brothers’ first title defense as the ROH tag-team champions with 146,000 views.
Overall, the numbers for Battle of the Belts VI are a positive sign for AEW, and it will be interesting to see what changes they will make in the future to increase viewership even further.
What did you think of the viewership numbers for AEW Battle of the Belts VI? Were you surprised by the increase in viewership from the previous event? Leave a comment.