WWE NXT hosted its go-home show for Vengeance Day. The focus of the show was to build storylines towards the Premium Live Event. The show kicked off with the Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic semi-finals and ended with an intense staredown in the ring.
In the key 18-49 demographic, the show drew a rating of 0.18 which was less than the previous week’s rating of 0.19. This show’s viewership was less than the 1/16 episode which drew in 683,000 viewers.
The year started strong for NXT as the New Year’s Evil episode drew in 768,000 viewers with an impressive 0.25 in the 18-49 demographic which is the best of this year so far.
Although this week’s numbers didn’t draw in as many viewers as NXT New Year’s Evil, it was still a strong show that ended with a cliffhanger finish that should get more people to tune into NXT Vengeance Day. Stay tuned to Ringside News as we bring you the live play-by-play coverage of NXT Vengeance Day.
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