The latest episode of AEW Collision on May 11th continued the promotion’s commitment to delivering an engaging experience for fans, although the ratings for this particular episode have seen a notable decline compared to previous broadcasts.

According to Wrestlenomics, the May 11th edition of AEW Collision garnered an overnight average viewership of 378,000 viewers, accompanied by 0.12 rating in the crucial 18 to 49 demographic. This marks a significant decrease from the previous episode, which drew in 621,000 viewers with a 0.21 rating in the same demographic.

Despite the dip in ratings, this week’s episode of AEW Collision featured compelling segments, including Bryan Danielson’s explanation for joining Team AEW ahead of the Anarchy In The Arena match at AEW Double or Nothing, as well as a highly anticipated match between Adam Copeland and Kyle O’Reilly.

As AEW looks ahead to future episodes of Collision, fans can anticipate the promotion’s continued efforts to enhance ratings and deliver captivating content. With Tony Khan’s company dedicated to pushing the boundaries of professional wrestling, there’s sure to be plenty of excitement in store for viewers in the weeks to come.


What’s your opinion on AEW Collision’s ratings for this week? What can Tony Khan do to improve things? Let us know in the comments section below!

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