Because our original episode on Wrestlemania 34 ended-up exclusively about the match-ups among talent, this episode fills-you-in on the financials.
WWE's financial performance typically peaks within a few days after Wrestlemania, and then settles-down somewhat before jumping-up again the next Wrestlemania more than it had sank, for an overall gradual climb. (Just like the overall stock market.)
SenatorJPO analyizes WWE's financials and how they've changed with WWE Network subscriptions and television views.
Stock price is from a Bing search for: "WWE stock"
-A chart of the share price is embedded within the search-results page: https://www.bing.com/search?q=%2BWWE+%2Bstock&qs=n&form=QBRE&sp=-1&pq=%2Bwwe+%2Bstock&sc=8-11&sk=&cvid=7C12D52DA65B4B82A50D7E0152366BB1
Special thanks goes to The People's Wrestling Website (TPWW) for news about WWE's business numbers.
WWE Network subscribers: http://www.tpww.net/2018/04/wwe-announces-wwe-network-subscriber-numbers/
WWE Raw (TV show) viewers: http://www.tpww.net/2018/04/wwe-raw-ratings-apr-9-2018-night-after-wrestlemania/
WWE Smackdown Live (TV show) viewers: http://www.tpww.net/2018/04/wwe-smackdown-live-ratings-apr-10-2018-up/
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