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Between The Ropes Video: WWE Financials, WWE Network, TNA for Sale – October 31, 2013

Between The Ropes Video: WWE Financials, WWE Network, TNA for Sale – October 31, 2013

Brian and Michael (no Steve?!) talk about the WWE financials report for the third quarter, the pay-per-view numbers being down, the impending new broadcast fees for WWE TV and how big this for the company, the WWE Network which is expected to start in early 2014, the importance of John Cena, TNA being for sale, Hulk Hogan’s status and more.

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One comment

  1. Nice discussion guys. I’m glad to see both of you being a little more critical of the company when it makes mistakes and taking a firm stance on things. Of course, no one likes excessive negativity, but some of the previous podcasts were very equivocal. This massive Big Show push feels like a big misstep. Show is very good at a lot of things, but he’s never been a big draw, even 13 years ago when they scrapped his big title run and the match with trips at WM 2000 in favor of the 4-way. I hope the numbers don’t spell doom for Punk and Bryan, as the summer has really been all about them.

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