Tony Khan Touts Cagematch Ratings For Last Two Episodes Of AEW Dynamite

The online professional wrestling database known as Cagematch remains one of wrestling's most popular sources for results and statistics. It's also become an outlet for wrestling fans and pundits to submit their ratings for matches, events, and the performers themselves. Two recent ratings caught the attention of AEW President Tony Khan.

In a post on his Twitter, Khan revealed that the last two editions of "Dynamite" have garnered the highest back-to-back ratings in the show's history, according to fan-voting conducted on Cagematch. The rating for the May 17 edition of "Dynamite" currently stands at 9.01 out of 10, while last week's sits at a rating of 9.15.

"Thank you all who watched #AEWDynamite last night!" Khan tweeted. "I thought it was a great show + it's been amazing to see such positive feedback from fans 2 weeks in a row! After 189 shows, #188 & #189 are the highest rated shows back-to-back by fans voting on Cagematch in Dynamite history!"

The last two episodes of "Dynamite" have continued the build toward AEW's upcoming Double or Nothing pay-per-view. This week's episode featured the return of "Hangman" Adam Page, which led to the announcement that The Elite will battle the Blackpool Combat Club in an Anarchy in the Arena match at Double or Nothing. Three other matches were also announced for the pay-per-view, including Jamie Hayter defending the AEW Women's Championship against Toni Storm, Wardlow putting his TNT Title on the line against Christian Cage in a ladder match, and a 21-man Blackjack Battle Royale for Orange Cassidy's International Championship. Khan last night also expanded upon the announcement of a new Saturday night show called "Collision" that will premiere next month.