WWE is expected to report 2020 was the company's most profitable year. Here we'll look at some questions that might be discussed during the call.
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Relieved from going head-to-head with Monday Night Football, Raw is having a healthy January month-to-month bounce, stronger than last year's. This is happening in total audience, P18-49, and P18-34.
The business model for the biggest wrestling companies transformed drastically over the last several years. No longer is U.S. pro wrestling such a "destination" business: where promotions' TV programs are a loss leader used to promote sales of tickets and pay-per-views.
Expect WWE to shatter its annual profit records. Is selling PPV events to a streaming player the best way to monetize that content, or is linear TV an option?