Tony Khan Addresses Fan Criticism of AEW Collision Ratings

Tony Khan Addresses Fan Criticism of AEW Collision Ratings

Tony Khan Addresses Fan Criticism of AEW Collision Ratings – AEW’s ratings have always sparked discussions among fans, particularly given the strong division between WWE and AEW supporters. This division often fuels tribalism within the wrestling community.

AEW Collision, a show that has been airing for over a year, was initially launched with CM Punk as a central figure. The idea was to have split rosters to keep Punk and those who had issues with him separated following the infamous All Out brawl in 2022. However, Punk’s tenure on the show was short-lived, and the roster was subsequently rebalanced to feature a variety of AEW stars, including AEW World Heavyweight Champion Swerve Strickland, Samoa Joe, Jon Moxley, and Bryan Danielson.

The past two weeks have shown solid ratings for AEW Collision. The June 8th episode drew 388,000 viewers with a 0.13 key demo rating, while the June 15th episode saw an increase to 431,000 viewers with the same demo rating, making it the second-highest viewership of the year.

AEW President Tony Khan recently addressed fan criticism of the ratings on social media, highlighting the show’s success:

“Yes Derek, speaking of 1 year and shocking, I was also thrilled when the 1 year anniversary Saturday Night #AEWCollision beat UFC head-to-head, 7 days ago. What a great way to celebrate 1 year of @AEW on Saturday Nights on TNT!”

This response underscores AEW’s achievements and counters the negative perceptions surrounding the show’s performance.

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Tony Khan Addresses Fan Criticism of AEW Collision Ratings

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