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AEW Rampage Grand Slam ratings way down from previous editions

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We haven’t been covering AEW Rampage’s ratings here lately. There’s really only so much to say about a show that’s settled into a 300-400K audience range in a bad time slot.

But Sept. 22 was their double-sized Grand Slam edition, coming off a similarly-themed Dynamite that delivered some of that show’s best numbers of the year. So we were curious what this year’s edition would do.

According to Wrestlenomics... not a whole lot better than the average Rampage. Last Friday’s episode averaged 341,000 viewers and a .12 rating among 18-49 year olds off individual hours of 374K / .13 (10pm ET) and 309K / .12 ( 11pm ET).

For comparison’s sake, the Sept. 15 show main event-ed by Jade Cargill & Kris Statlander had a total audience of 335K with a .09 in the demo. If we look at the trend from the previous two Rampage Grand Slams... that’s not great either:

Sept. 24, 2021: 640K / .29
Sept. 23, 2022: 522K / .17
Sept. 22, 2023: 341K / .12

Like we wrote above, there’s only so much you can say. The numbers do pretty much speak for themselves, though.

For complete results from this week’s Rampage, click here. To read a recap & review of the show, click here.

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