Blood & Guts was a considerable ratings success for All Elite Wrestling this week, with the Dynamite special propelling the promotion to the top of the night's cable rankings for the first time in the brand's history.
Dynamite improved to a 0.42 rating in the key 18-49 demographic. This is up from the previous week's 0.33 and is the show's highest number since its first uncontested week, when it hit 0.44 on 14 April.
AEW's closest cable competition on the night was The Challenge: Double Agents Reunion Part 2, which hit 0.32, meaning Blood & Guts finished well ahead of every other show.
As far as overall viewership goes, Dynamite improved from the previous week's 889,000 to 1.090 million viewers, meaning the show has now broken the million viewer mark on three of its four uncontested weeks without NXT competition.
Last week's numbers were greatly hindered by a clash with President Joe Biden's address to Congress.
Dynamite's biggest improvement came in males aged 12-34, where the show was up 69.2% to a 0.22 rating. This came following a slight decline from 0.15 to 0.13 the previous week.