Thursday, 31 October 2019

NXT And AEW Numbers For October 30th 2019 has published the Wednesday night cable audience numbers and they aren't good.

AEW Dyanmite had a total average audience of 759,000 while NXT on the USA Network had 580,000.

Now that these results have been published by ShowBuzzDaily, Kambi's oddsmakers will get around to settling a trio of markets that were released for the shows.

The prop bet for NXT on the USA Network asked customers to bet whether or not they thought the programme would pull in an audience of 675,000 or more.

With the result indicating 580,000 this obviously means that the winning selection was 'No'. It was available at 3/4 when the market was created over the weekend.

As you can see in the table below, the eventual winning selection was backed into EVS by Tuesday morning and was down to 7/10 when I checked in twenty-four hours after that.

30/10/19 NXT Prop Bet

The proposition for AEW Dynamite asked customers to gamble on TNT's audience being 925,000 or above. The 'No' won here as well. It was an 11/10 outsider when the market was published on Sunday morning and even drifted out to 5/4 when the favourite - 'Yes' - was backed from 13/20 into 11/20 by Tuesday  morning.
30/10/19 AEW Dynamite Prop Bet

A third prop market will also be settled once confirms the numbers. In it customers were asked whether AEW would beat NXT by 250,000 viewers. The difference was 179,000 so that will be another win for 'No'.

As you can see below, the selection was 17/20 on Sunday but was moved out to 9/10 when the 'Yes' fell from 17/20 to 4/5 by yesterday morning.

AEW .vs. NXT Prop Bet For October 30th 2019

There's one final market available for this week's TV and it's for Smackdown. Customers have the opportunity to bet whether the show will get 2.45 Million or more for its first show back on FOX after moving to FS1.

As of the time of writing, the bookies have 'No' as an 11/20 favourite over 'Yes' at 5/4. 

I'll write more about the market once the results come in on Saturday.

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