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Friday’s AEW Rampage Drew Its Lowest Viewership For Normal Time Slot

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• Friday’s AEW Rampage Drew Its Lowest Viewership For Normal Time Slot

The March 18th episode of AEW Rampage aired at 11:30 PM ET instead of the usual 10 PM ET time slot due to the NCAA Basketball game airing on TNT.

This hurt the viewership, as Rampage drew its lowest viewership to date.

The March 18th episode drew 398,000 viewers with a 0.13 rating in the 18-49 demo (which means 166,000 viewers in the 18-49 age group).

Last Friday on March 25th, Rampage drew its lowest viewership and demo rating for their normal time slot.

March 25th episode drew 425,000 viewers with a 0.14 rating in the 18-49 demo (which means 182,000 viewers in the 18-49 age group).

Below are the results from last Friday’s episode:

– Dustin Rhodes def. Lance Archer (After the match, Archer busted open Dustin and put him through a Table)

– Jay Lethal is frustrated after losing to Ricky Starks and Adam Cole. He said he needs to do some thinking and must find a better way.

– Fuego Del Sol called out The House of Black. They came out and took turns beating him down. As they leave, they were confronted by Dark Order.

– reDRagon (Bobby Fish & Kyle O’Reilly) def. Dark Order’s 5 & 10 (After the match, Jungle Boy & Luchasaurus confronted reDRagon, but Adam Cole stole their AEW Tag Team Titles)

– QT Marshall presented Hook with a plaque for passing his course, but Hook smashed Aaron Solo’s head in with it.

– Nyla Rose def. Madi Wrenkowski (Chris Jericho announced that he has named Nyla as his Sports Entertainer of the Week)

– Ricky Starks (c) def. Swerve Strickland to retain the FTW Championship with some help from Powerhouse Hobbs (After the match, Keith Lee came out and all four men brawled)

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• ON THIS DAY IN WCW HISTORY (March 29, 2000) – WCW Thunder

On this day in 2000, Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling aired an episode of their weekly TV show ‘WCW Thunder’ on TBS.

This episode was pre-taped at the Astro Arena in Houston, Texas and featured matches & storyline segments on the road to the ‘WCW Spring Stampede 2000’ PPV.

The card of the show can be found here:

1. Chris Candido vs. Chavo Guerrero Jr.

2. WCW TV Title: Jim Duggan vs. The Barbarian

3. Dustin Rhodes vs. Mike Jones

4. Los Fabulosos vs. 3 Count

5. Tank Abbott vs. Disco Inferno

6. WCW US Title: Booker vs. Jeff Jarrett

7. The Mamalukes vs. Harlem Heat 2000

8. Billy Kidman vs. Ron Harris

9. WCW Hardcore Title: Brian Knobs vs. The Dog

10. Buff Bagwell vs. La Parka

11. The Wall vs. Vampiro

        
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