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Dynamite, NXT Wind Up with Same Amount of Viewers

AEW also announces Revolution pay-per-view in Chicago on February 29.

All Elite Wrestling Dynamite and WWE NXT both tallied a total of 778,000 viewers in their latest episodes, resulting in the first tie of the Wednesday Night War according to numbers compiled by Brian Alvarez.

Audience decline for both shows from week to week. AEW had 851,000 viewers on its December 4th episode of Dynamite. NXT had 845,000 viewers a week ago.

NXT pulled out the big guns in its main event as former WWE Universal Champion Finn Balor defeated Keith Lee and Tommaso Ciampa to become the No. 1 Contender to NXT Champion Adam Cole. The Cruiserweight Championship also changed hands as Angela Garza unseated Lio Rush.

Meanwhile, The Young Bucks became the No. 1 Contenders to AEW Tag Team Champions So Cal Uncensored with a huge victory over Santana and Ortiz. Also, AEW Champion Chris Jericho offered Jon Moxley the chance to join Inner Circle and revisit their history together in the WWE.

AEW also made huge news in unveiling its next big pay-per-view show, Revolution, from Wintrust Arena in Chicago on February 29. NXT will have its next pay-per-view on February 12 in Portland.

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