Thursday, 7 November 2019

NXT And AEW Audience Numbers For November 6th In has released the US TV audience figures for last night's NXT and AEW Dynamite shows.

NXT had a total average of 813,000 viewers while its opposition- AEW Dynamite - had 9,000 more with 822,000.

Now that these numbers have been reported, the oddsmakers will settled a trio of proposition markets that were published for the two shows.

The first was a market which asked customers to gamble whether or not NXT on the USA Network had 700,000 or more viewers. The winning selection was 'Yes'. It opened as a 7/10 favourite, but was down to 13/20 yesterday evening. 

NXT TV Audience Prop Bet For November 6th 2019

The losing selection - 'No' -went out from EVS to 11/10 in this period.

'No' won in the market for the AEW Dynamite number as Kambi's line was '0.95 Million Or More'. It was 4/5 to start, but had been snipped to 7/10 before the market closed yesterday evening. 

The 'Yes' was 9/10, but drifted to even money when the 'No' was taken down.

AEW Dynamite TV Audience Prop Bet For November 6th 2019

The difference of nine thousand means that a 'Spread' prop - in which customers were able to bet whether AEW beat NXT by 250,000 viewers - will be settled with the 'No' winning as an early 7/10 favourite. The selection was down to 13/20 yesterday.

AEW .vs. NXT Spread Prop Result From November 6th 2019

One more market for this week's TV shows remains. It's for Friday's Smackdown, which will be taped in Manchester, England and aired on delay in its regular slot on FOX. 

As of this evening, the customers have been betting against the show doing '2.5 Million Or More' as the odds have lowered from 9/10 to 11/20 across the past few days.

8th November 2019 WWE Smackdown Audience Prop Bet

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