The ratings for the May 20th editions of WWE SmackDown and AEW Rampage have been published. On average, 2.031 million people watched SmackDown while 410,000 people watched Rampage. The numbers have been obtained by Brandon Thurston from Wrestlenomics:
Both shows have seen an increase in viewers compared to the previous week. As the May 13th episode of SmackDown drew an average audience of 1.893 million, the increase calculates to approximately 7.3%. SmackDown obtained a 0.45 rating in the key demographic age range of between 18 and 49 years old, which is also up from the 0.40 rating from May 13th.
The May 13th edition of AEW rampage drew an average audience of 340,000 viewers, meaning that the increase for AEW calculates to approximately 20.1%. It should be noted that Rampage returned to the regular time slot on May 20th, which can account for the bump in the ratings. Rampage obtained a key demographic rating of 0.15, also up from the May 13th rating of 0.12.
SmackDown was main evented with a match that saw both the Raw and SmackDown Tag Team Championships unified. Rampage saw the continuation of the Owen Hart Foundation Women’s Tournament.
Featured image: WWE