This site uses cookies. For more information, please click here. By using this site you agree to our use of cookies. 
What's new?
By Organization
By Venue
By Date
By User Rating
By Update Time
Wrestler Profiles
A-Z Index
Search for Wrestler
By Promotion
By Area
Special Statistics
TV Audiences
Longest Matches
History Calendar
Stables and Teams
Family Ties
Mask Matches
Hair Matches
User Opinions
Contact us
Login / Register

456.113 Events 5.656 Titles 30.538 Profiles 10.516 Teams & Stablesnot logged in (Login or Register)

NewsboardDate (CET)Date (ET)
WWE: McMahon Tells The World Why WWE Had A Less Than Stellar Year
2012/02/27 12:212012/02/27 6:21
Wrestling History: What happened on February 27th?
2012/02/27 6:012012/02/27 0:01
WWE: Fourth Quarter & Year-end PPV Results
2012/02/26 12:462012/02/26 6:46
WWE: WrestleMania Divas Match Being Fought Against Backstage
2012/02/26 11:102012/02/26 5:10
Wrestling History: What happened on February 26th?
2012/02/26 6:012012/02/26 0:01
Wrestling History: What happened on February 25th?
2012/02/25 6:012012/02/25 0:01
WWE: Why Kharma Has Yet To Return To The Ring
2012/02/24 19:002012/02/24 13:00
Jimmy Hart Says TNA Stars Should Dress Better, Comments On Russo
2012/02/24 14:562012/02/24 8:56
IW[9/17-?]: Jesse Sorensen Makes First Public Comments Since His Injury
2012/02/24 11:522012/02/24 5:52
Wrestling History: What happened on February 24th?
2012/02/24 6:012012/02/24 0:01
Page: 1 2 3 ... 352 ... 360 361 362 363 364 ... 372 ... 375 376 377
WWE: Fourth Quarter & Year-end PPV Results
WWE's Survivor Series PPV, featuring The Rock's in-ring return teaming with John Cena, was the only PPV in the fourth quarter 2011 that delivered more PPV buys than the same PPV in 2010.

- Survivor Series's official total was 281,000 buys, according to WWE's fourth quarter earnings release Thursday, an increase of 15 percent over the 2010 edition, which drew 244,000 buys. WWE was expecting a larger bump for Rock's in-ring return, but the PPV helped offset drop-offs from the other three non-marquee PPV events.

- Hell in a Cell at the beginning of October drew 182,000 buys, down 13 percent from 210,000 buys in 2010.

- Vengeance at the end of October drew a measly 121,000 buys, down 12 percent from a paltry 137,000 buys in 2010. This had led to WWE changing the back-end of their 2012 PPV schedule.

- After Survivor Series, the TLC PPV drew 179,000 buys, down eight percent from 195,000 buys in 2010.

Overall, WWE reported PPV revenue of $14.6 million, compared to $13.8 million in the prior year fourth quarter, reflecting a 2 percent increase in total pay-per-view buys. WWE also noted that buys from prior period PPVs contributed to fourth quarter revenue, to the tune of "a 6.0 percent increase in pay-per-view revenue."

Overall for the year, WWE reported PPV revenue of $78.3 million, up 11.5 percent compared to $70.2 last year, mainly due to the success of WrestleMania.

Source: the awesome
back to the complete newsboard
User comments to this news
Until now, none of our users commented on the news message. Do you want to be the first one?

Comment (or Answer)
Name and Password: by The Team (2001-2019)    Multilanguage Version by Axel Saalbach (2008-2019)    Legal Disclosure    Privacy Policy