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AEW Collision Draws Lowest Viewership Since January Against WWE Money In The Bank

AEW Collision viewership dropped notably against WWE Money in the Bank.

Per Wrestlenomics, the July 6 episode of AEW Collision drew 306,000 viewers. This number is down from last week (422,000 viewers), and it marks Collision’s lowest number since January 27, when the show was up against WWE Royal Rumble. Collision was head-to-head with WWE Money in the Bank on Saturday.

In the 18 to 49 demographic, Collision scored a 0.08 rating. This number is also down from last week (0.12 rating), and it marks the show’s lowest number since January 27.

The July 5 episode of AEW Collision kicked off with a promo by MJF. The show also featured an Owen Hart Foundation Tournament match between “Hangman” Adam Page and Jay White. Plus, AEW Women’s World Champion Toni Storm faced Trish Adora, and Riho took on Lady Frost.

Elsewhere on the show, Claudio Castagnoli clashed with The Beast Mortos, and Orange Cassidy, Mark Briscoe, and Kyle O’Reilly faced the Iron Savages and Jacked Jameson.