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The WrestleMania 30 special that aired yesterday (Saturday, August 3rd) had an overall viewership audience of 3,900,000 viewers. The show drew a 1.25 rating in the 18-49 demographic.
Wizard World sent out the following: WWE Phenom The Undertaker® To Attend Wizard World Austin On Friday, October 3 The Undertaker will make his Wizard World debut at Austin Comic Con on Friday, October 3. He will sign autographs and pose for photo ops from 4:30-8:30 p.m. (schedule TBD). For more than two decades, The Continue Reading »
WWE sent out the following: ‘WrestleMania 30: The World Television Premiere’ to air tonight on NBC at 7/6 CT NBC and WWE are bringing WrestleMania to network television tonight, Aug. 3, at 7/6 CT with “WrestleMania 30: The World Television Premiere” on NBC. For the sixth year in a row, this special will allow the Continue Reading »
In an update on the launch of the WWE Network back in February and the WrestleMania 30 pay-per-view being held on the Network, a report from The Wrestling Observer Newsletter notes that the WrestleMania paychecks were sent out within the past week, so pretty much everyone has got their paychecks in the last few days. Continue Reading »
WWE sent out the following: “WRESTLEMANIA® 30: THE WORLD TELEVISION PREMIERE” TO AIR ON NBC SUNDAY, AUG. 3 Hourlong Telecast to Feature Iconic WWE® Personalities Including Hulk Hogan™, John Cena®, “Stone Cold™” Steve Austin and The Rock® NEW YORK – July 16, 2014 – NBC and WWE are bringing WrestleMania® to network television Sunday, Aug. Continue Reading »
WWE will air a WrestleMania highlights special on Sunday, August 3rd at 7pm Eastern on NBC, which will showcase the events of the WrestleMania 30 pay-per-view. The special will be the lead-in for NBC’s first Sunday Night Football game as the Buffalo Bills face off against the New York Giants.
WWE announced today that the company had 690,000 pay-per-view buys for the WrestleMania 30 pay-per-view added to the 667,000 people who used the WWE Network to make the current buyrate number at 1,357,000 buys. The company had previously announced that the buyrate for pay-per-view buys was 400,000, so the extra 290,000 buys may have come Continue Reading »
WWE announced on last night’s edition of WWE RAW that the 2014 WWE Payback pay-per-view topped the 10 most-watched shows on the WWE Network from May 26th through June 1st. The full list is below: 1 – WWE Payback 2014 2 – WWE Payback 2014 Pre-Show 3 – WWE NXT: Takeover 4 – WWE Legends Continue Reading »
In an interview with WWE’s official website, WWE Divas Champion Paige commented on the advice The Rock gave her prior to the WWE WrestleMania 30 pay-per-view back in April. “I’m just taking every day as it comes. I have goals that I want to reach. In the long term, I want to be on the Continue Reading »
In an interview with Journey of a Frontman, singer/songwriter Mark Crozer commented on performing “Broken out in Love” at WrestleMania, the story behind Bray Wyatt using his son as his entrance theme, meeting Bray Wyatt and more. Highlights of the interview are below: On the story behind Bray Wyatt using his song as his entrance Continue Reading »
WWE sent out the following: RECORD 1 MILLION U.S. HOUSEHOLDS WATCH WRESTLEMANIA® STAMFORD, Conn., April 15, 2014 – WWE® (NYSE: WWE) today announced that WrestleMania 30 reached a record 1 million households in the U.S. alone on WWE Network and pay-per-view combined, the first time WrestleMania has eclipsed this mark domestically. With more than 667,000 Continue Reading »
In an update on WWE’s decision to end The Undertaker’s streak at the WrestleMania 30 pay-per-view, a report from The Wrestling Observer Newsletter notes that referee Chad Patton was unaware that The Undertaker would be losing to Brock Lesnar and was told that The Undertaker was going over, however the rule is that every referee Continue Reading »
WWE have released the following attendance figures for last week’s WrestleMania week events. The company announced that WrestleMania AXXESS had 29,215 fans over 7 sessions, while the 2014 WWE Hall of Fame ceremony was attended by 10,855 fans. The company also announced that WrestleMania 30 was attended by 75,167 fans, while the post-WrestleMania 30 edition Continue Reading »
WWE sent out a survey to their mailing list requesting feedback on the WrestleMania 30, asking if fans subscribed to the WWE Network prior to WrestleMania, how they watched the show and their feedback regarding The Undertaker losing at the event. The company asked fans if they were happy with Brock Lesnar defeating The Undertaker Continue Reading »
WWE commentators John Bradshaw Layfield and Michael Cole revealed on their latest radio show that the company have signed former NFL Star Shawne “Lights Out” Merriman to a deal with the company. Merriman worked some of the company’s panels during WrestleMania weekend and was at the Superstars for Kids party as well. WWE officials were Continue Reading »
Speaking through his official Twitter account, WWE Hall of Famer Mr. T discussed his WWE Hall of Fame speech being cut short on Saturday. To my fans: Thank you very much for all your support! I am very disappointed and saddened that you couldn’t hear the rest of my speech… I was told my speech Continue Reading »
Speaking through his official Twitter account, WWE executive Triple H revealed the news that WWE Hall of Famer The Ultimate Warrior passed away earlier this evening. Saddened to announce the passing of the Ultimate Warrior. Icon and friend. My sympathy to his wife Dana and his daughters — Triple H (@TripleH) April 9, 2014 Continue Reading »
Speaking through his official Twitter account yesterday, former WWE Champion The Rock discussed his experience of appearing alongside Stone Cold Steve Austin and Hulk Hogan at WrestleMania 30. “Crazy story.. In 1997 (1yr into my wrestling career) I started using the moniker “The People’s Champion” in honor of one of my heroes Muhammad Ali. In Continue Reading »
Fred Richani sent out the following: The Sports Courier’s Fred Richani interviews former WWE and WCW superstar Chuck Palumbo about his WrestleMania memories, his new Discovery Channel series “Lords of The Car Hoards,” building bikes, Undertaker, the Natural Born Thrillers, WWE Network, and much more!
WWE Hall of Famer The Iron Sheik is featured in an interview with TMZ noting that The Undertaker’s streak coming to an end was an off-the-cuff conspiracy, which was triggered due to The Undertaker being injured in his match against Brock Lesnar. You can check out the interview below: Unfortunately your browser does not support Continue Reading »