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AEW Collision Viewership Increases On 11/11, Demo Also Rises

AEW Collision‘s viewership increased on November 11.

Per Wrestlenomics, 396,000 viewers tuned in on Saturday. This number is up from last week’s episode when 366,000 viewers watched the show.

Collision also drew a 0.11 rating in the 18 to 49 demographic. This rating is also up from last week‘s episode, which drew a 0.09 rating.

Saturday’s episode of Collision went head-to-head with plenty of NCAA college football. Collision will continue to face stiff competition for the rest of 2023 as the college football season marches on.

What Happened On This Week’s AEW Collision?

This week’s show kicked off with Andrade El Idolo alongside his new manager CJ Perry picking up a big win over Daniel Garcia.

Elsewhere on the show, Tony Khan and Bryan Danielson announce the first-ever AEW Continental Classic that will kick off later this month. Danielson is the first announced participant in this round-robin tournament.

In the main event, Adam Copeland, Sting, and Darby Allin defeated Lance Archer and The Righteous in a trios match. Christian Cage, Nick Wayne, and Luchasaurus came out on the stage to confront their Full Gear opponents as AEW Collision went off the air.

READ MORE: AEW Continental Classic Announced, Bryan Danielson To Compete

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