WWE and AEW to once again go head-to-head again in November

Akash DhanagaranAkash Dhanagaran
October 14 2023

WWE and AEW went for a head-to-head clash on October 10, 2023, where AEW Dynamite “Title Tuesday” was hosted at the same time as WWE NXT. Both the promotions gave their best to prove which is the dominant promotion. 

WWE has brought some of the major stars and veterans including John Cena, The Undertaker, Cody Rhodes, LA Knight and Asuka for the show to bury AEW’s viewership. AEW on the other side gave their best with Adam Copeland’s debut match, TNT Championship #1 Contender’s match, International Championship match and so on. However, NXT won the clash with more than 300,000 viewership than Dynamite.

This triggered AEW CEO, Tony Khan who started mentioning WWE veterans and officials in his tweet yelling at them. As the fire still hasn’t settled between the promotions, AEW and WWE will head-to-head once again on Friday Night next month.

WWE SmackDown vs AEW Rampage/Collision

The war of viewership and ratings will return next month on Friday Night, as WWE SmackDown will go head-to-head with AEW Rampage/Collision on November 17, 2023. WWE & AEW host their SmackDown and Rampage weekly shows on Friday nights, but AEW has made the move by moving the Collision from Saturday nights to Friday nights exactly at the same time WWE SmackDown is hosted.

By moving AEW Collision to Friday Nights, AEW fans can view three hours of AEW programming.

The November 17, 2023 episode of SmackDown will be held at Ford Center in Evansville, Indiana. On the other hand, AEW Collision/Rampage taping will be hosted from Kia Forum in Los Angeles, California. AEW the following night will host AEW Full Gear pay-per-view, making a remarkable weekend for the Jacksonville based promotion.

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