WWE and AEW just finished up with another week of televised pro wrestling events. Now we know what kind of attendance they were able to pull for those shows.

WrestleTix dropped numbers for this week’s shows, and WWE’s flagship show, Monday Night Raw, took place at the Target Center in Minneapolis, MN this week. They drew a respectable crowd of 9,498 fans.

On the other side of the spectrum, AEW’s Dynamite took place in the Nationwide Arena in Columbus, OH, with a reported attendance of 4,231. This marks the lowest attended show of the week among the four events in this article.

Meanwhile, WWE’s SmackDown, which aired from the Scotiabank Saddledome in Calgary, AB, managed to attract a larger crowd, with 10,521 attendees. This impressive Canadian turnout showed up to see SummerSlam aftermath first-hand.


AEW Collision, held at the Greensboro Coliseum Complex in Greensboro, NC, saw a reported attendance of 5,166. This week, it appears that Collision beat Dynamite in attendance. Only time will tell how the television viewership turns out.

AEW is having a bit of an issue filling buildings, but WWE is seemingly having no issue. We will have to see if Tony Khan’s company can re-spark whatever they had when the company kicked off. If anything, the company’s talent is still delivering the best performances they can in the ring.

What’s your take on AEW vs WWE? Who has the better show? Sound off in the comments to let us know what you think!

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