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WWE on A&E ratings down for Edge Biography

The episode tied the lowest 18-49 rating in Biography: WWE Legends history.

Sunday night's episode of Biography: WWE Legends focused on Edge averaged 453,000 viewers on A&E, down 23.7 percent from the previous week's D-Generation X documentary. It's the third-lowest audience total to date for the series.

In the 18-49 demo, Biography finished 34th on the cable charts with a 0.11 rating, down 26.7 percent from last week. It matches the lowest 18-49 rating in the show's history.

There was stronger-than-usual competition on Sunday night with NASCAR on the USA Network, ESPN Baseball, and the series premiere of HBO's House of the Dragon, which topped the cable charts.

WWE Rivals, focusing on the Edge vs. John Cena feud, averaged 304,000 viewers on A&E. That's down 29.5 percent from last week's Triple H vs. Mick Foley episode and is the lowest audience in the history of the show.

Rivals also set a series low with a 0.08 rating in 18-49, finishing 49th on the cable charts on Sunday. That's down 38.5 percent from the previous week and is 20 percent less than the previous low, which was the show's premiere episode on July 10.

WWE Smack Talk, which follows Rivals on A&E at 11 p.m. Eastern, also set a series low with 144,000 viewers overall and a 0.04 rating in 18-49 to finish 98th on the cable charts.

Listed below are the total audience and 18-49 demo ratings for all episodes of Biography: WWE Legends and WWE Rivals to date.