BY MIKE CHIARI – MARCH 19, 2020
AEW Dynamite on TNT beat WWE NXT on USA Network in viewership Wednesday night, as both shows were impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.
According to Figure Four Online’s Bryan Alvarez, Dynamite averaged 932,000 viewers during its two-hour broadcast, while NXT garnered 542,000 viewers.
Dynamite was originally supposed to be held in Rochester, New York, but it was moved to Daily’s Place in Jacksonville, Florida, with no fans in attendance. Meanwhile, NXT didn’t hold a live show, as it instead showed documentary-style videos with Triple H and Tom Phillips serving as the hosts.
Although there were no fans present to react, AEW provided a newsworthy show that featured two huge debuts, including that of Matt Hardy to close the episode.
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