AEW President Tony Khan is always vocal about his company’s accomplishments, no matter how big or small. That’s exactly why he touted AEW Collision’s viewership success while questioning where the fast nationals were.

In case you didn’t know, the May 18th edition of AEW Collision garnered an overnight average viewership of 523,000 viewers, accompanied by 0.15 rating in the crucial 18 to 49 demographic and it was a major increase compared to last week’s episode.

Tony Khan took to Twitter and touted AEW Collision’s success by stating that Collision last week had the biggest audience since September 2023. He also questioned where the fast nationals were this time around.

”We celebrate the 5 year anniversary of AEW this SUNDAY #AEWDoN ppv! This past Saturday #AEWCollision on TNT had the biggest audience since September 2023! It’s great news; I was wondering where the fast nationals were! See you all for the go-home #AEWDynamite TOMORROW on TBS!”


Tony Khan also believes social media debates foster healthy competition. Regardless, only time will tell whether AEW Collision will end up achieving great ratings next week as well.

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