AEW Rampage Draws Lowest Audience In The Show’s History

Adam Cole makes his entrance on Rampage

The November 26th edition of AEW Rampage drew the lowest viewership in the show’s history.

According to Brandon Thurston of Wrestelnomics, the most recent episode of AEW Rampage drew a total of 431,000 viewers. This is the lowest total viewership since the show debuted back in August. Furthermore, the figures represent a significant drop in viewership from the previous week, where the show pulled in 556,000 viewers. Both episodes of the show were taped.

In the 18-49 year-old demographic, the show scored a rating of 0.18, which equates to 238,000 viewers. This was again a fall from the previous week, and the second lowest in the show’s history.

Meanwhile, Friday Night SmackDown drew a total audience of 2,149,000 viewers with a 0.57 rating (741,000 viewers) in the 18-49 year-old demographic.

On the latest episode of AEW Rampage, Riho earned an AEW Women’s World Championship shot after defeating current champion Britt Baker.

The inaugural AEW Women’s Champion received the match against Baker after it was revealed she was not officially eliminated from the Casino Battle Royal at All Out in September. Tony Schiavone informed a livid Baker she would face the Joshi superstar during a segment on the November 24th episode of Dynamite.

After exchanging a series of stiff strikes and hard-hitting moves, Riho countered a Fisherman’s Neckbreaker for a surprise roll-up victory much to Baker’s dismay.

Elsewhere on the show, Adam Cole and Bobby Fish overcame Orange Cassidy and Wheeler Uta while Eddie Kingston saw off Daniel Garcia.

Over on SmackDown, Sami Zayn earned himself a shot at Universal Champion Roman Reigns while it was announced that Brock Lesnar will be heading back to the blue brand on December 3rd.