We had an awesome time with UCW superstar Maxx Morrison and Indy Supercard creator Joe Edwards last week. Be sure to check it out and listen to the replay. This week we will go over AEW Double Or Nothing, WWE’s acceptance of how to create their own audience, and our first steps of uncovering Rob’s Cave. I promise it’s worth the trip.
AEW Double Or Nothing 2020 Results:
The Buy In- The Best Friends (Chuck Taylor and Trent) defeated Private Party to become the #1 Contenders for the AEW Tag Team Titles.
Casino Ladder Match: Brian Cage debuted in AEW outlasting Colt Cabana, Darby Allin, Frankie Kazarian, Scorpio Sky, Joey Janella, Orange Cassidy, Kip Sabian, and Luchasaurus to retrieve the Casino Chip for an AEW World Title Shot.
MJF defeated Jungle Boy.
TNT Championship Finals: Cody Rhodes defeated Lance Archer to become the first ever TNT Champion.
Kris Statlander defeated Penelope Ford.
Dustin Rhodes defeated Shawn Spears.
Hikaru Shida pinned Nyla Rose to become the AEW Women’s Champion.
Jon Moxley defeated Brodie Lee by submission to retain the AEW World Heavyweight Championship.
The Elite defeated The Inner Circle in a first ever Stadium Stampede match.
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AEW Dynamite vs. WWE NXT: Wednesday, May 20, 2020
AEW Dynamite continued its winning ways against WWE NXT headed into Double or Nothing, bouncing back from its worst number in history last week.
Dynamite drew an average viewership of 701,000 up 7% from 654,000 last week. Dynamite came in at No. 7 in the Top 150 original cable telecasts among the 18-49 demographic.
WWE NXT garnered 592,000 viewers, down 2% from 604,000 last week. NXT came in at No. 53 in the 18-49 demo. The number was NXT’s fourth-lowest of 2020 and its lowest since April 1.
Much like last week’s viewership went head-to-head against UFC, this week’s viewership was matched against NASCAR’s Toyota 500 at Darlington. As expected, this dynamic hardly affected AEW Dynamite’s ability to bounce back in the young 18-49 demo, while NXT’s audience—carried by an older 50+ demographic—stayed relatively flat with last week.