Wrestlemania didn't do 1.3m buys after all.

Discussion in 'PPV's & Specials' started by Crayo, May 24, 2012.

  1. PWInsider
  3. Stop posting in caps.
  4. Still great numbers and good for the business.
  5. When I saw the topic I thought that the real numbers were going to be low, but that buyrate is also very good.
  6. So they barely beat the previous buys rate.. /sigh

  7. 20-25% increase is still good dude

  8. Disappointed. :cry::upset:
  9. You might be, but I doubt if WWE's disappointment is very strong with 200,000 more buys this year than last year. That's solid growth.

  10. Yeah, but. NO RECORD BREAK!! :upset: Plus, it shows how much sheep people are. Rock main eventing WM only did 200,000 more buys than Miz. people will buy WM no matter what. :dawg:
  11. To be fair, Miz was the least important part of the main event even last year. It was still all about Rock and Cena.

    Anyway, I read this yesterday and I'm not surprised it didn't break the record because I was surprised it did in the first place. I was pretty skeptical, because with all the publicity they got from the whole Donald Trump thing at WM23, I couldn't believe that Rock/Cena could have done more business than that. Turns out I was right.
  12. No, no way did Cena/Miz main event did 1.23million buys?
    No way in hell.
  13. Exactly what I said, and Rock/Cena only did 200,000 more. Just proves how much of sheep people really are. :facepalm1:
  14. It's still impressive, I guess.
  15. 'Only" did 200,000 more is a weird way of putting it, as if that's not an impressive jump or something.
  16. I think that WWE was expecting a bigger improvement due to having Rock wrestle, but 200,000 buys is not a bad jump at all, that's for sure.
  17. Definitely not a bad jump. Did this still beat the record then?
  18. What was the previous record?
  19. No idea. If I knew I would know myself if it broke it noob lolol
  20. I guess you're right. :dawg: