Five markets were published by the sports betting company, Kambi.
In the first, customers were asked whether or not AEW Dynamite would have a total average audience of at least 800,000.
Both 'Yes' and 'No' options were 17/20 each.
The episode had a total average of 773,000 viewers. Therefore, the winning selection was 'No'.
707,000 viewers tuned in for WWE NXT.
For NXT, clients gambled on the prospect of the show recording 600,000 or above., Going by the betting, the eventual winner - 'Yes' - was backed down from 19/20 into 3/4 in the period when betting was available.
With both shows having a combined total of 1,480,000 viewers, a third prop - which asked customers whether 1.4 Million or above will tune in for both shows - has been graded with 'Yes' winning.
From the betting, it would appear as though there were disappointed gamblers as the odds for 'No' went down from 7/10 into 1/2 while the eventual winner rose from EVS to 7/5.
'No' was the winning selection in the market which asked whether or not AEW Dynamite would beat its competition by 225,000 or more viewers.
The difference was 66,000 viewers. As you'll see in the table underneath, the eventual winner started out at 27/25, but fell into 7/10 within a day. It was then at 8/13 before the market closed.
The final proposition was specific to the ratings both shows achieved in the persons aged between eighteen and forty-nine category.
Kambi asked bettors whether or not AEW Dynamite would rank at least thirty places above WWE NXT in the top fifty for the P18-49 demographic.
AEW scored a 0.30 rating and was sixth in the ranking. WWE NXT, on the other hand, had a 0.18 and was twenty-two places below Dynamite.
The result means that 'No' was the winning selection. As you'll view below, the option was a 4/5 favourite over the 9/10 on offer for those who may have wanted to gamble on the schism between the two shows being similar to last week.