– Despite an increased promotional push for WWE 24/7 during company programming in recent months, subscribership took a big hit during the most recent financial quarter, falling from 150,000 to 117,00 subscribers. As a result, revenue fell from $1.8 million to $1.4 million. This is significant because WWE 24/7 has shown nothing but growth since its debut and it suddenly dropped 22%.
– WWE magazine sales for the quarter went up, rising from $4.3 million to $4.7 million. The previous quarter featured the same amount of WWE magazine releases — four of WWE Magazine and two of WWE Kids Magazine.
– WWE’s stock dropped to $12.43 a share at closing today, the stock’s 52-week low. The stock has been steadily declining since WWE’s Q3 earnings report, which reported a 37% decrease in net income.
– There was some heat on Super Crazy among some of the top guys in WWE for letting himself get out of shape and also for taking time off for injuries, since most of those top guys work through minor injuries unless it requires surgery. Crazy has asked to waive his 90 day non-compete clause which means he won’t be getting paid and probably doesn’t have anything worked out with TNA but will find a new deal in Mexico.