The ratings have been published for the wrestling shows that took place on December 10th. On average, 2.142 million watched Friday Night SmackDown, while 503,000 people watched AEW Rampage. The numbers have been obtained by Brandon Thurston from Wrestlenomics:
Compared to December 3rd, both shows have seen an increase in viewers. As the previous week’s SmackDown drew an average audience of 2.030 million, the change in viewership calculates to an increase of approximately 5.5%. In regards to the key demographic rating, 649,000 viewers were aged between 18 and 49 years old, equating to a rating of 0.50, down from the December 3rd rating of 0.51. As noted by Thurston, this is the lowest 18 to 49 rating since SmackDown returned to live touring.
The change in Rampage viewers from the December 3rd rating of 499,000 viewers calculates to an increase of approximately 0.8%. In regards to key demographic viewers, 237,000 were aged between 18 and 49, equating to a 0.18 rating, equal to the previous week.
SmackDown was main evented by a triple threat match between RK-Bro, The Usos and The New Day to determine who is the best tag team in WWE. On Rampage, the biggest news was the highly anticipated and well received debut of Hook.
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