WWE brought NXT Deadline for fans over the weekend, which was the company’s last premium live event until the end of 2023. Now, we know how many fans tuned in to see what the brand brought next.

Ringside News provided complete play-by-play coverage for the December 12th episode of WWE NXT. This was quite a show, and fans tuned in to see the Deadlone fallout.

According to Jed Goodman, the December 12th episode of WWE NXT brought in 678,000 viewers, with a .18 in the 18 to 49 demographic. That number was up from the previous week’s number.

The December 12th episode of WWE NXT opened up with Cora Jade’s return, and she had a lot to say. The night was filled with big action, as people like Brooks and Jenson got to shine. Then ending segment furthered the tension between Trick Williams and Carmelo Hayes.


The show pulled in 626,000 viewers for their December 4th episode. While still a respectable number, it’s a slight dip from the previous week’s episode on November 28, which managed to snag 659,000 viewers. The 18 to 49 demo rating showed a bit of an upswing, coming in at 0.19.

The November 28th episode of WWE NXT brought in 659,000 viewers, with a .18 in the 18 to 49 demographic. The November 21st episode of WWE NXT brought in 622,000 viewers. They also captured a .19 in the 18 to 49 demographic with their taped episode. That number was down from the previous week’s average.

We will have to see what is next for WWE NXT, because they are going with a lot of momentum right now. For more updates, keep it tuned with us here at Ringside News.

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Felix Upton

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