Thursday, 30 January 2020

29/1/20 AEW Dynamite And WWE NXT Viewership Results

The viewership numbers for last night's AEW Dynamite and WWE NXT have been released by the TV ratings website, ShowBuzzDaily.com.

AEW once again won the night. This time, it had 828,000 viewers while 712,000 tuned in to WWE NXT.

Now that the numbers have been released, Kambi will settle three proposition markets that were published for the shows.

In the first, Kambi asked customers to bet whether or not 950,000 people or more would be recorded as viewers of AEW Dynamite. The 828K means that 'No' was the winning selection. 

It started off at 3/4, but was down to 11/20 by yesterday afternoon.

AEW Dynamite (29/1/20) TV Prop Bet

I find it interesting that last week's pre-taped edition of Dyanmite - from aboard the Jericho Cruise - scored more viewers with 871,000.

'No' was the winning selection in the proposition for WWE NXT. In the bet, customers were asked whether 800,000 or higher would tune in.

The eventual winning selection started off as a 7/10 favourite and was reduced to 1/2 before the market was closed ahead of last night's TV shows.

WWE NXT (29/1/20) TV Prop Bet

A third prop saw the two shows compete against each other. Clients were asked whether AEW Dynamite would beat WWE NXT by 150,000 or more viewers.

With there being a difference of 116,000, the winning selection - once again - was 'No'. Unlike the previous two markets, the betting appears to have been on the wrong side as 'No' was pushed out from 4/5 to 19/20 due to 'Yes' falling from 9/10 into 3/4.

AEW Dynamite .vs. WWE NXT (29/1/20) TV Prop Bet

Personally, I thought the NXT result was shocking considering 769,000 tuned in for last week's episode. I thought there would be some sort of fallout coming out of the weekend's Worlds Collide and Royal Rumble events.

The result means I went 0-2 as Raw's poor rating was a losing wager for me.

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