Why WWE YouTube Content Hasn’t Been Pulled, Hall Of Famer Says Biopic Is Being Made, Recent WWE Live Figures

Bill Pritchard

wwe network scheduleWWE YouTube Content

Even though it was believed that WWE YouTube content would be removed at the launch of the WWE Network, there is a reason the videos are still posted.

WWE Vice President of Digital & Print Rob Bernstein told the Digital Sports Fan Engagement Conference earlier this year that the company will not block YouTube content they own because they believe it’s better to get fans hooked on the product, even if it’s on YouTube.

WWE believes it’s more beneficial and fans who get exposed to the product that way will spend more money. There are some videos WWE will go after, especially if it’s something they don’t want up.

Hall Of Famer Getting Biopic

WWE Hall of Famer Rowdy Roddy Piper recently did a one-man show in Scotland, and claimed there was a movie about his life being made.

Piper said actor Mark Wahlberg would be playing him in the film.

Recent WWE Live Event Figures

Below are some recent WWE attendance figures:

July 18th in Pensacola, FL drew 4,000 fans
July 19th in Tallahassee drew 4,000 fans
July 20th in Tampa for Battleground drew 11,000 fans
July 21th in Miami for RAW drew 9,500 fans

Source: The Wrestling Observer Newsletter

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