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  • #31
    AEW with a really good go home show. Will watch NXT tomorrow. Interested to see where they take it considering on Wednesdays they are building to War Games and hate each other...but on Mondays and Fridays they are bestest friends who hate the evil main roster.

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    • #32
      Tonight might have just been Cody's "Hard Times" promo. That was a fucking masterpiece.

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      • #33
        First close rating of the "war"

        AEW: 822,000 NXT: 813,000

        6-0 AEW.

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        • #34
          Holy shit the heat on MJF...

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          • #35
            AEW: 957,000
            NXT: 750,000

            7-0 AEW...Which if going by in ring, is wrong IMO. But AEW is telling better stories, and most of the time has better in ring. Much bigger win for them this week since there was no advertised main roster stars...which really doesn't bode well for NXT in terms of competitiveness. Have to get out of Dork Sail...errr...Full Sail.

            Best match this week was Garza-Rush on NXT. Best segment was MJF/Jericho/Cody on AEW.

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            • #36
              Itll be interesting to see where NXTs ratings go considering the entire main roster is probably going to appear tonight.

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              • #37
                LMFAO@ Jim Cornette and NWA White Power.

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                • #38
                  https://twitter.com/bryanalvarez/sta...75000182431746

                  WWE is so desperate to win a week of ratings vs. AEW, they are literally advertising their entire main roster will be on NXT tonight. This is just sad.

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                  • #39
                    Decent AEW tonight. Not its best show, but certainly good enough. Looking forward to next week's title match. .

                    Watching NXT right now. So far two matches, zero clean finishes. sigh...

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                    • #40
                      Revival vs Undisputed.Era, however, was very good

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                      • #41
                        3 biggest losers on the forum all watch Wrestling. 😂😂😂😂Why is that not shocking?

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                        • #42
                          Both had good shows. If NXT doesn't win the rating this week, they simply never will.

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                          • #43
                            Originally posted by JTrain View Post
                            Both had good shows. If NXT doesn't win the rating this week, they simply never will.
                            I didn't really like NXT's. The six random massive brand-brawls were a bit much.

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                            • #44
                              NXT: 916,000
                              AEW: 893,000

                              7-1. NXT finally got the win...but AEW won every demo that matters. NXT's core audience remains the Vince core audience (50 years of age and older). They simply cannot attract younger fans.

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                              • #45
                                Originally posted by JTrain View Post
                                NXT: 916,000
                                AEW: 893,000

                                7-1. NXT finally got the win...but AEW won every demo that matters. NXT's core audience remains the Vince core audience (50 years of age and older). They simply cannot attract younger fans.
                                It seems more that over-50s tuned into NXT cause they knew Raw/SD stars were going to be appearing, so that boosted them. Not that its really the core audience. I think that makes a concern though- will WWE start trying to import more big names to NXT, thus watering down the whole thing?

                                Die-hards are just gonna watch both anyways, so I still don't see why this is really a competitive thing. Just be happy enough that we're getting four hours of quality wrestling TV in a single night.

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