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AEW Collision Draws Its 2nd Lowest Viewership Due To WWE

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Below are a couple of top AEW & WWE news stories of the day.

• Saturday’s episode of AEW Collision (tap here to read results) drew 306,000 viewers with a 0.08 rating in the 18-49 demo, which is down from previous week’s 422,000 viewers with a 0.12 rating.

Collision’s viewership suffered as it went head-to-head against WWE Money In The Bank.

This was the second lowest viewership ever for Collision. Collision’s lowest viewership is 300,000 viewers (when the show went head-to-head against WWE Royal Rumble).

Even AEW Rampage drew more viewers than Collision last week. Friday’s Rampage drew 309,000 viewers with a 0.10 rating in the 18-49 demo, which is slightly up from previous week’s 303,000 viewers with a 0.09 rating.

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• Damon Kemp (aka Bobby Steveson, real-life brother of Gable Steveson), once seen as a future star in NXT, has announced his departure from WWE. The NXT wrestler shared the news on Twitter, expressing gratitude for his time with the company:

“As of today I am no longer under contract with WWE. Forever grateful for the people I met and the experiences I’ve had. For business inquiries – damonkempmgmt@gmail.com”

Kemp, who joined WWE in August 2021, had his final match on the June 25, 2024 episode of NXT.

According to Fightful Select, Kemp’s departure is not part of a “round of cuts”. Instead, he was informed that his WWE contract would not be renewed, a decision that has become more common for the company in recent months.


        
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