WWE Network to be subscription-based when it launches

The proposed WWE Network will be a premium subscription model according to WWE Chairman and CEO Vince McMahon and it will be carried by all major cable providers. McMahon called it the “most interactive network in the world” however stopped

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Brad Armstrong passes away at age 51

WWE today announced that Brad Armstrong, the son of WWE Hall of Famer Bob Armstrong and the brother of WWE employees Road Dogg Jesse James and referee Scott Armstrong, passed away at the age of 51. A short story on

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Pay-per-view buys increase 13% thanks to good SummerSlam buyrate

Only Money In The Bank performed worse than last year in the past quarter as far as pay-per-view numbers go with SummerSlam and Night of Champions both registering a nice increase in total buys. The July Money In The Bank

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Former WWE Diva Amy Weber releases nude photos after laptop is stolen

Former WWE Diva Amy Weber had her laptop stolen which included a nude photo spread which were not included in her Playboy magazine release and instead of waiting for the thief to make money off her nude photos, she and

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Q3 2012 revenue hits and misses for each WWE department

Six of the ten departments within WWE registered a loss of revenue compared to the same quarter last year while the remaining four departments generated an increase. In the good department, Pay-per-view went up to $16.3 million versus $15.8 million

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John Cena returns to action after elbow surgery

John Cena returned to action last night in Strasbourg, France, for his first match since his elbow surgery in September. He wrestled – and defeated – Dolph Ziggler with their match taking place in the middle of the card. Cena

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WWE announces Q3 2012 financial results

WE today announced financial results for its third quarter ended September 30, 2012. Revenues totaled $104.2 million as compared to $108.5 million in the prior year quarter. Operating income was $5.0 million as compared to $15.9 million in the prior

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