WWE's programme won the night, when it comes to viewers, as there was an audience of 759,000 while AEW Dynamite had 715,000.
Five proposition markets will now be settled by Kambi following the numbers being made official.
In the first, customers were asked whether WWE NXT would have a total average of 850,000 or above. When the market was released, both 'Yes' and 'No' were available at 17/20 each.
'No' will be the winning selection. It was moved down to 4/5 by yesterday evening.
The AEW Dynamite prop asked customers whether or not 750,000 or more viewers would be recorded as having tuned in.
With Dynamite getting 715,000, the winning selection will be 'No' in this market as well. As you can see below, the selection was a 4/5 favourite to start off with.It was down to 4/6 within the first two days it was available and was then at 3/5 last night.
Another prop asked customers whether Monday's edition of WWE Raw would have a higher total average than the combined number for both of last night's programmes.
As I pointed out in last night's post, Raw had 1,687,000 viewers. The combined number for AEW and NXT was 1,474,000. Therefore, 'Yes' will be graded as the winning option. It started off as a 4/9 favourite on Saturday and was down to 2/5 by Monday afternoon.
The combined number of 1,474,000 - for the two shows from last night - means 'No' will win in a market in which customers were asked whether or not the combined number would be '1.6 Million or More'.
3/4 odds were offered for the eventual winner. However, by last night, the price had been reduced into 8/13.
Finally, there was a spread special which asked whether WWE NXT would beat AEW Dynamite by 125,000 or more viewers. The difference being 44,000 means 'No' will be graded as the winner.
The odds movement was one-way with 'No' lowered from 7/10 into 13/20 by Monday afternoon. It was then at 13/25 on Tuesday and had lowered to 11/25 a day after that.