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Tony Khan highlighted AEW’s success on social media following the NXT vs. Dynamite showdown by sharing an intriguing statistic featuring WWE legends John Cena and The Undertaker. This deft technique created a buzz in the wrestling community and provoked discussions and disagreements among fans and professionals.

Khan tweeted; “This week, 2 active decades-long ratings streaks from 2 great legends were ended. With all due respect, until this week’s head-to-head AEW on TBS vs WWE on USA, neither John Cena nor Undertaker had ever been on a WWE show with under 1 million total viewers + under 400k in the demo,” an article from sportskeeda.com shared.

The clever millionaire who funded the Jacksonville-based marketing foresaw the raucous fan response, and it turned out exactly as predicted. Khan’s remark sparked a wide range of reactions from his followers. The AEW president’s speech was lauded by some as a proud sign for the fledgling organization, demonstrating its rising importance in the wrestling industry.

AEW has experienced significant progress since losing the ratings battle with WWE.

Even if it didn’t surpass NXT in viewership, the most recent AEW Dynamite episode thrilled fans. The Rated-R Superstar Adam Copeland made a stunning entrance in the AEW ring, defeating Luchasaurus in a gripping contest. After watching the legendary wrestler, the crowd was left clamoring for more action.

Adam Copeland, aka the Rated-R Superstar, made his promotional debut in a fantastic match against Luchasaurus. He earned a well-deserved victory that had the crowd begging for an encore.

The fight was a masterful execution, showing Copeland’s talent and making a lasting impression on the hungry spectators. The event, which was adorned with interesting segments and sparkled with mystery, highlighted the exceptional form and flair of the promotion’s top performers and hinted at an exciting future for this budding wrestling extravaganza.

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