➡️ Subscribers have exclusive access to reports like this for 90 days after publishing. SIGNUP NOW.View the interactive chart for a closer look at the above visualization All data in this report was sourced with automated scripts from Google Trends.
Year-over-year trendsMonthly data points were recalculated by me to show yearly data points. I used medians to aggregate the data rather than mean/average, because median minimizes the impact from high volume months and puts more of an emphasis on consistent volume. Data shown for 2023 is through May 31, 2023. The year-over-year difference for 2023 was calculated for the same period in the prior year. This means January to May 2023 was compared against January 2022 to May 2022 rather than January 2022 to December 2022, to adjust for seasonality. The charts below for each company are shown in order by volume, with WWE first (the company with the highest volume), AEW second (which has the next-highest volume), and so on. To learn more about this data and what it represents, read the Google Trends FAQ. Thanks to subscriber Juan for asking about this type of report.
Brandon Thurston has written about wrestling business since 2015. He’s also worked as an independent wrestler and trainer.
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