Excellent ratings for AEW

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Excellent ratings for AEW

Big news for AEW fans: Wednesday night's Dynamite episode, which aired from Cleveland, surpassed one million viewers. Specifically, according to data from ShowbuzzDaily, the episode scored 1,049,000 with a rating of 0.34 in the 18-49 age group.

But that's not all, the show took first place in the demo band that very night. It was, therefore, the most watched TV show since February. The advertised match between CM Punk and Jon Moxley, valid for the unification of the titles, has undoubtedly increased interest.

The result, however, left the fans stunned: Moxley won in a destructive way, defeating Punk after less than three minutes of the match. The Chicago wrestler complained of a new foot injury early in the match and Moxley took the opportunity to take the lead.

Now he is the only, and undisputed, AEW World Champion. We will see if in the next episode of Dynamite anything will change in view of All Out, a PPV scheduled for September 4 in Chicago, of which the main event is not yet known.

AEW Dynamite makes record ratings

Among other things, Punk was an incredible coincidence, as many have pointed out on social networks: Punk decided to leave the WWE and give up the world of Wrestling in 2014 in Cleveland, and he lost his debut in the UFC in 2016 ( being humiliated in just 2 minutes and 14 seconds), again in Cleveland, and now defeat to Moxley in under three minutes.

We will see if the All Elite will continue this positive trend even after resolving the discontent backstage with a talent meeting held by Tony Khan before the episode. The Young Bucks and returning Kenny Omega also participated in this discussion with the backstage members.

In his speech, among other things, Tony Khan also wanted to confirm how the legal department of AEW and therefore in the person of Megha Parker, sent an official email to Nick Khan and Stephanie Mcmahon, warning them not to "tamper" and thus steal the talents from the rival company.

Recently, former WWE star Paul Wight spoke about Vince McMahon's reaction to his signing with AEW. "Here's the thing, Vince actually called me the day it was announced that I signed with AEW, wished me a lot of luck, agreed that I'm a big asset to AEW and thanked me for all the years I worked in WWE.

There's no animosity, there's no anger, there's no dirt, so to speak. This just came down to, you know, contract negotiations and opportunities."

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