AEW brought another episode of Rampage for fans this week, and it was quite a show. The company has tried hard to secure interest for their Friday night program, but how did the viewership turn out this week?

Alfred Konuwa reports that the October 27th episode of AEW Rampage brought a viewership of 307,000 viewers, with 113k of those in the 18 to 49 demographic. That viewership number was down 10% from the previous week’s average.

#AEWRampage Drops Double Digits Again

P2+: 307K – Down 10% vs. last week & Down 19% vs. last year


18-49: 113K – Down 22% vs. last week & Down 28% vs. last year

During Rampage this week, Konosuke Takeshita won a match against Kyle Fletcher, and after the match, Fletcher confronted Takeshita and Powerhouse Hobbs. Don Callis intervened, potentially indicating Fletcher’s alignment with the Callis Family.

In a separate segment, Kip Sabian and Penelope Ford discussed Philadelphia sports teams. Mark Briscoe then made a surprise return and cleared them out of the ring.

Abadon emerged victorious in a 4-way match against Willow Nightingale, Skye Blue, and Anna Jay. Abadon is now set to challenge Hikaru Shida for the AEW women’s world title on Collision. Toni Storm and Luther observed the match from the ramp, marking a surprising return to the company.

Santana defeated Ortiz in a weapon-filled match and extended a fist bump afterward, which Ortiz declined. Sonjay Dutt appeared, trying to recruit Ortiz into Jeff Jarrett’s stable, although Ortiz did not join at that time.

The October 20th episode of AEW Rampage brought in an overnight viewership of 314,000, with 134k in the 18 to 49 demographic. It was reported that the overall viewership is down 23% from the previous week’s 372,000 number.

The October 13th episode of AEW Rampage brought in 372,000 viewers, with 176k of those in the 18 to 49 demographic. That was quite a number for Friday the 13th.

We will have to see what Tony Khan’s company brings to the table for Rampage in the weeks to come. They are doing their best to pop viewership numbers, but Friday night’s 10:00 PM EST time slot isn’t doing them many favors in that regard.

What’s your take on AEW Rampage? What can Tony Khan do to improve the viewership numbers? Let us know what you think about this in the comments section!

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