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WWE Discussing Raising Prices On The WWE Network


 

There has been a lot of talk about raising the price of the WWE Network. While Netflix increasing some of their prices by $1 is worth watching in regards to the WWE Network. If WWE went with a $1 increase, it would bring in $7 million or more per year.

As most of you know Netflix and Amazon have both raised prices recently, WWE and UFC kept their prices at $9.99 just because Netflix had already set the value of streaming services with their low price point.

WWE will eventually raise prices and the majority of fans (including me) will pay for it. WWE knows it and really it is just a matter of time. Source: Wrestling Observer Newsletter.

- Here is your pro wrestling news of the day:

WWE Hall of Famer Jimmy ‘Superfly’ Snuka turns 70 today.

1964: Gorilla Monsoon defeated WWWF Champion Bruno Sammartino via DQ in Pittsburgh, PA.

Former ECW star The Blue Meanie turns 40 today.

1979: NWA Night of Champions was held in Knoxville, Tennessee. Ric Flair fought Ron Fuller to a double-DQ to retain the NWA World Title in the main event.

1997: WCW Slamboree was held at the Independence Arena, in Charlotte, North Carolina. 9,643 were in attendance to see Ric Flair, Roddy Piper & Kevin Greene defeated The nWo (Kevin Nash, Scott Hall, & Syxx)

On this day (2002) 2-time WWF European, Tag Team and Hardcore Champion ‘The British Bulldog’ Davey Boy Smith at the age of 39.

2003: WWE Judgment Day was held at the Charlotte Coliseum, in Charlotte, North Carolina. 13,000 were in attendance to see Brock Lesnar defeated The Big Show in a Stretcher Match to retain the WWE Title in the main event.

2004: Chavo Classic defeated Chavo Guerrero, & Spike Dudley in a Triple Threat Match to win the WWE Cruiserweight Title in the main event.

2008: WWE Judgment Day was held at the Qwest Center, in Omaha, Nebraska. 11,000 were in attendance to see Triple H defeated Randy Orton in a Cage Match to retain the WWE Title in the main event.

2013: WWE Extreme Rules was held at the Scottrade Center, in St. Louis, Missouri. 14,500 were in attendance to see Brock Lesnar defeated Triple H in a Steel Cage Match in the main event.

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