The winning show, for total average viewers, was AEW's offering. 788,000 tuned in for it while 631,000 were recorded for WWE NXT.
Now that the results are in, Kambi have settled a handful of proposition markets that were published for the two episodes.
In the AEW Dynamite market, customers were asked whether or not the show would have 750,000 or more viewers.
'Yes' won as an underdog. As you'll see below, the eventual winner started out at 19/20. It rose to 27/25 when 'No' was cut from 3/4 into 4/6.
For WWE NXT, Kambi asked potential bettors whether the episode would have a total average of at least 725.000 viewers.
With the episode drawing lower than that number, 'No' was declared the winning selection. It started off as a 7/10 favourite on Saturday and dropped all the way down to 3/10 by Wednesday evening.
With both shows having a combined total of 1,419,000 viewers, a prop market which allowed people to gamble on whether or not the total viewers - for both shows - would be 1,450,000 or more. 'No' was the winning selection. It was a 4/5 favourite intially and was backed into 7/20 by Wednesday.
AEW beating NXT by 157,000 viewers means that a spread special, which asked whether Dynamite's viewership would beat the NXT show by 25,000 or more, has been graded with 'Yes' as the winning selection.
'Yes' started out at 3/4, but drifted to 10/13 before lowering into 11/20 in the period I tracked the price changes.
A fifth market, which simply asked whether AEW Dynamite would have more viewers than WWE NXT, was also available leading into Wednesday's battle.
The winning selection, 'Yes', started out as a 4/6 favourite. It was backed right down into 11/25 by the afternoon of the programes.