As WWE and AEW conclude another week of intense action, fans now have the live attendance numbers for both companies’ television shows to process. Unsurprisingly, the figures followed the expected trend once again.

WrestleTix compiled this week’s attendance figures for WWE and AEW TV shows. Friday Night SmackDown had the highest ticket sales, while AEW Collision had the lowest.

Monday Night RAW on February 5th took place at the Enterprise Center in St. Louis, MO, where they sold  9,943  tickets. The February 7th AEW Dynamite took place at Footprint Center in Phoenix, Arizona and drew an audience of 5,248.

The February 9th Friday Night SmackDown took place at the Spectrum Center in Charlotte, North Carolina and sold 13,168 tickets, making it the biggest winner this week. AEW Collision took place at the Dollar Loan Center in Henderson, Nevada where they sold 1,821 tickets for this week’s show, making it the biggest loser.

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This week’s RAW featured Drew McIntyre being an absolute menace to Cody Rhodes and CM Punk, while the show also built towards the Elimination Chamber Premium Live Event. Friday Night SmackDown dealt with the fallout of the WrestleMania 40 kickoff press event, especially with Triple H eviscerating The Rock on the mic.

AEW Dynamite had a terrific show this week with solid matches from Adam Page and more and the same can be said for AEW Collision. However, it comes as no surprise that WWE has once again defeated AEW when it came to live attendance figures.

The pro wrestling world is full of action, and we can’t wait to bring you all the news here at Ringside News! Keep checking back with our live AEW results and WWE results sections to stay up-to-date on the action as it goes down!

What’s your view on AEW and WWE’s attendance numbers? Are you surprised at all? Sound off in the comments section below!

Subhojeet Mukherjee

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