The winner of the night was, once again, AEW's programme.
It had a total average audience of 901,000 viewers recorded for the two hours. 753,000 tuned in for WWE's offering.
Now that the numbers have been released, Kambi will settle a handful of TV proposition markets that were published for the head-to-head.
For AEW Dynamite's viewership, Kambi asked its customers to gamble on the prospect of the episode pulling in an audience of at least 775,000 viewers.
'Yes' won at odds of 17/20. It's opposing selection, 'No', was also 17/20.
17/20 pricing was also applied to the 'Yes' and 'No' selections in the market for WWE NXT. Kambi asked clients to gamble whether or not the show would have 700,000 or more viewers.
'Yes' will be graded as the winning selection in this market as well.
With the combined audience number for both shows being 1,654,000, a prop market - in which customers gambled on the total being above or below 1,475,000 - will also see 'Yes' winning.
When the market was first installed, both 'Yes' and 'No' were 17/20. However, the 'No' was backed into 3/4 while the eventual winner was pushed out to 19/20.
Kambi asked customers whether or not Dynamite would beat NXT by 75,000 or more viewers.
The actual difference was 148,000 so that means 'Yes' was once again a winning selection. It started out at 9/10, but was down to 3/4 by 4:00PM BST yesterday.
The final prop was specific to the persons 18-49 demographic results for both shows. In the market, customers were asked whether AEW would rank at least twenty-five places above NXT in the chart.
AEW was fifth for the night with a P18-49 rating of 0.36. WWE NXT was in twenty-seventh place with an 0.20 rating.
The schism was twenty-two places. Therefore, 'No' wins. It was 3/4 when I came across the market on Sunday afternoon. It was down to 3/5 the following day.