The ratings for the July 22nd editions of SmackDown and AEW Rampage have been published. On average, 2.256 million people watched SmackDown and 428,000 people watched Rampage. The numbers have been obtained via Brandon Thurston from Wrestlenomics:
Compared to the previous week, SmackDown has seen in increase in viewers while AEW Rampage has seen a decrease. As the July 15th episode of SmackDown drew an average audience of 2.077 million the viewers, the increase calculates to approximately 8.6%. SmackDown obtained a 0.62 rating in the 18 to 49 year old demographic, which was the highest rating on July 15th and the highest key demographic rating for SmackDown since January 21st.
The July 15th Rampage saw an average viewership of 435,000 viewers, meaning that the drop calculates to approximately 1.6%. Rampage obtained a 0.17 key demographic rating, up from the 0.17 rating from July 15th.
AEW Rampage concluded the Fyter Fest specials with the final build to the Ring of Honor pay-per-view Death Before Dishonor. SmackDown was most notable the first episode of the blue brand since Vince McMahon announced his WWE retirement.
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