WWE's NXT scored its second and biggest ratings win against AEW Dynamite coming on the heels of a big weekend for the wrestling company.

Coming off a big weekend that included "NXT TakeOver: WarGames and Survivor Series," NXT took the night with 810,000 viewers Wednesday night.

The night opened with e celebration of NXT’s success at Survivor Series before Tommaso Ciampa continued his battle against Adam Cole and the Undisputed Era while Rhea Ripley’s rival with NXT Women’s Champion Shayna Baszler intensified. In-ring, Akira Tozawa and Lio Rush put on a praised match as the two battled for the NXT Cruiserweight Championship. The show closed with Finn Balor beating Ciampa in the main event before dropping Adam Cole, making it clear he is coming for the NXT Championship.

AEW Dynamite, on the other hand, experienced a significant drop in the ratings as it pulled in 663,000 viewers for one of its lowest nights to date.

Dynamite opened with a Thanksgiving Thank You Celebration for AEW Champion Chris Jericho where he was joined by members of the Inner Circle. He would stand tall by the end of the night after successfully defending his title against Scorpio Sky of SCU. Cody successfully returned to the ring before being attacked by the debuting tag team of The Butcher and The Blade. Kenny Omega and PAC put on a show-stealing match as well in their first match since Omega lost to PAC at All Out in August.

Despite NXT winning the total night, AEW continued to edge out WWE’s show in the younger demographics. However, it was the closest night since both shows debuted as AEW edged out the 18-49 demographic with a 0.26 while NXT got a 0.24. The over 50 demographic proved to be the difference-maker this week, as NXT once again dominated there with a 0.40 to AEW’s 0.25.

AEW may have lost, but the company will push forward into their next episode which will emanate from Champaign, Illinois, on Dec. 4. Advertised matches include Jon Moxley vs. Joey Janela, Trent vs. Rey Fenix, Christopher Daniels vs. Pentagon Jr., and Hikaru Shida vs. Kris Statlander. On NXT, Killian Dain will face Damien Priest while Mauro Ranallo will return to the commentary table.

WWE NXT Two NXT superstars debuted in WWE on Tuesday night. Pictured: Bin Wang of China is deadlocked by opponent Wesley Blake during a taping of the WWE's NXT show at Full Sail University in Winter Park, Florida, Nov. 30, 2016. Photo: Reuters