AEW Collision: Viewership Analysis for February 10th

AEW Collision: Viewership Analysis for February 10th

AEW Collision on TNT Garners Strong Viewership and Ratings

The latest edition of AEW Collision on TNT, which aired on Saturday, February 10, has unveiled impressive viewership figures and demo ratings.

According to data from Wrestlenomics, the show attracted a total of 491,000 viewers, marking a significant increase from the previous week’s audience of 404,000 viewers.

This surge in viewership marks the highest total viewership since the October 21, 2023 episode, indicating a growing interest in the program.

In addition to the increased viewership, the show also saw a notable rise in the key 18-49 demographic, with a rating of 0.15.

This figure surpasses the previous week’s rating of 0.12 and stands as the highest demo rating since the December 23, 2023 episode, underlining the continued popularity of AEW Collision among younger audiences.

The main event of the evening featured an intense showdown, with Orange Cassidy successfully defending the AEW International Championship against Tomohiro Ishii.

Additionally, Blackpool Combat Club’s Jon Moxley and Claudio Castagnoli emerged victorious against CMLL’s Star Jr. and Espinge in a thrilling tag team match.

The post-match chaos ensued as BCC found themselves in a heated confrontation with FTR, resulting in a chaotic brawl that left fans on the edge of their seats.

Overall, the latest edition of AEW Collision on TNT showcased the promotion’s ability to deliver compelling action and storylines, further solidifying its position as a must-watch program for wrestling enthusiasts.

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