This week on Wrestlenomics Radio: the latest update to the WWE investor presentation, Jeff Hardy pleading guilty to DWI, Killing the Business, Inc., WWE and Nestle’s “Choose Water” campaign, new details announced about WWE’s PPV in Australia in October & more!
Chris and Brandon discuss go in-depth, talking about the CM Punk and Colt Cabana vs. Dr. Chris Amann trial, notes from the first four days of the trial and the impact the podcast at the heart of the lawsuit had on the wrestling industry.
WWE RAW will reportedly be renewed with USA Network at a rate of 3x. Is SmackDown moving to another network? How will ever-growing TV rights fees affect WWE’s business and relationship with fans and business partners? WWE stock price reaction to the news
This week on Wrestlenomics Radio: UFC signs deal with ESPN+, what this means for WWE’s ongoing TV rights negotiations, Total Divas renewed for 2 more seasons, WWE files lawsuit against Transworld Television, Starrcast and CM Punk doing meet & greet for Pro Wrestling Tees.
This week on Wrestlenomics Radio: WWE Q1 2018, WWE macro business trends, Revisiting NXT and the launch of the WWE Network, WWE Co-President George Barrios’, NJPW Dontaku event attendance, Notes from NJPW Chairman Naoki Sugabayashi interview, NJPW Cow Palace Tickets and All-In Seating chart.
This week on Wrestlenomics Radio: WWE in Saudi Arabia, Greatest Royal Rumble thoughts, Sami Zayn’s non-appearance and more. Also: BTIG WWE stock projection, All-In attendance ramifications and much more.
Wrestlenomics gurus Chris Harrington and Brandon Howard discuss their trip to New Orleans for WrestleMania. They go over their experiences at the Wrestlecon Supershow, Joey Janela’s Spring Break, WWE Axxess, WrestleMania itself. Plus various tangents on AroLucha and modern indie wrestling!
David Bixenspan fills in for Chris Harrington this week and joins Brandon Howard Thurston to talk this week’s topics: Wrestling journalism: Does it really exist?, Ronda Rousey’s potential effect on WWE business, NJPW’s tour in Australia and much more!
Chris and Brandon are joined by Will Cooling of Fighting Spirit Magazine to talk all things WWE in the United Kingdom and other international business. How much has TV viewership of RAW and SmackDown declined recently? Will the company get another raise from their TV partners at Sky?
This week on Wrestlenomics Radio: Brandon and Chris talk top WWE 2017 financial stories, Chris scores each segment of WWE’s business and Rey Mysterio vs. Jushin Thunder Liger announced for NJPW Long Beach show.
Host Chris Harrington will break down the entire quarterly earnings with extra focus on the WWE Network revenue, TV Rights, Live Event Attendance and TV Ratings, WWE Studios and the latest on all of the WWE lawsuits.
After a long hiatus, Chris “mookieghana” Harrington returns to Wrestlenomics Radio to talk about WWE’s Q1 results (record setting quarterly revenue) and review the WWE Business Partner Summit that was held over WrestleMania weekend.
Chris “mookieghana” Harrington comes back to Shake Them Ropes to run down some of the hot business topics of current WWE. Chris masterfully breaks down the WWE Network expectations for the rest of 2015, predictions on the subscriber number on March 30, and possible content that should be added to WWE Network. We’ll also talk super random topics such as Sid, Cage of Death as a WrestleMania main event, NXT’er in the Andre Battle Royal, and the sad news of the death of Perro Aguayo Jr.
Host Chris Harrington walks through questions about WWE’s upcoming Q4 results as well as discuss his recent articles about Analyzing WWE, looking at the WWE Board of Directors and WWE Network as a Internet Bubble Stock!
Wrestlenomics Radio is back with the equivalent of a flash mob – the flash podcast. Host Mookie (Chris Harrington) has sixty minutes (or less) to run down the news about WWE Network hitting 1 million subscribers and possibly take some calls.