TV numbers for the second night of both the Great American Bash and Fyter Fest are down from last week.
According to Showbuzz Daily, the July 8 episode of NXT, which was the second night of the Great American Bash, averaged 759,000 viewers, which is down from last week's 792,000 viewers. This is the fourth straight time NXT has averaged at least 700,000 viewers, which has not happened since NXT did that from January 8 to March 4. AEW's Fyter Fest, on the other hand, averaged 715,000 viewers, also down from last week's 748,000 viewers.
In the 18-49 demographic, both shows also saw their ratings drop compared to last week. NXT drew a 0.20 rating (24th best on cable for the day), down from last week's 0.22 rating in that same demographic while AEW drew a 0.28 this week (7th best on cable), down last week's 0.29 rating. In the 18-34 demographic, NXT drew a 0.11 while AEW drew a 0.19 rating and in the 50+ demographic, NXT drew a 0.39 rating while AEW drew a 0.27 rating.
This week's Great American Bash started with a Street Fight between Mia Yim and Candice LeRae while the main event saw North American Champion Keith Lee defeat Adam Cole to win the NXT Championship, becoming the first man to hold both titles at the same time. Io Shirai will defend the NXT Women's Championship against Tegan Nox next week.
AEW's Fyter Fest saw Kenny Omega and Hangman Page defend their AEW World Tag Team titles against Private Party. Taz brought back the FTW Championship and awarded it to Brian Cage while the main event saw Chris Jericho defeat Orange Cassidy. Next week, AEW will have its Fight For The Fallen special.
If you missed anything from AEW Dynamite, you can check Fightful's full report by clicking here and if you missed anything from NXT, check out Fightful's full report by clicking here. Finally, listen to or watch the Wednesday Night Wars podcast with a full review of both shows by clicking here.