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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?
An analysis of the match output and match experience of wrestlers who have made it to the WWE main roster since the opening of the WWE Performance Center.
The five Saudi events WWE has held so far total to more revenue than all Wrestlemania ticket sales combined, ever, adjusted for inflation.
The lack of any sports-like creative vision in major U.S. companies makes wrestling less popular than it could be.