Coming out of AEW Revolution, Dynamite this week saw its highest viewership in roughly a month.
According to Showbuzz Daily, the March 4 episode of AEW Dynamite averaged 906,000 viewers, which is up from the 865,000 viewers the February 26 episode drew and the highest since the February 5 episode that drew 928,000 viewers. As for NXT, the show averaged 718,000 viewers, barely up from the 717,000 viewers the February 26 episode drew.
In the 18-49 demographic, AEW also won out against NXT, averaging a 0.35 rating (fifth-best on cable for the day) while NXT did a 0.23 rating (20th best on cable for the day). Both shows went head-to-head with the NBA games that aired on ESPN.
Dynamite opened with a promo from the new AEW World Champion Jon Moxley and featured the fallout from the Revolution pay-per-view that took place on February 29. The show also had Colt Cabana making his in-ring debut for AEW, a surprise appearance from Jake "The Snake" Roberts and in the main event, Chris Jericho and Sammy Guevara defeated Darby Allin in an impromptu handicap match after Moxley, Allin's original partner for the match, was attacked by The Inner Circle.
NXT featured not one but two steel cage matches with the first one being Dakota Kai vs. Tegan Nox and the main event being Velveteen Dream vs. Roderick Strong. The show also saw Mauro Ranallo have a sitdown interview with Johnny Gargano.
For full reports on both AEW and NXT shows, check out Fightful's results section and you can check out the post-show podcast where Sean Ross Sapp, Alex Pawlowski and Warren Hayes gave a recap of both shows at this link.
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