WWE Spoils Their Own Announcement

Discussion in 'General WWE' started by Crayo, Jan 8, 2014.

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    Derp, lol.
  2. I think I had already heard what it had been about from members on here, but i'm assuming that's from their official page? There goes that surprise lol
  3. Yeah from their corporate page. They put it on their calender before taking it down after realising. What idiots lmao.
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  4. That's so hilarious. What a major fail :dawg:
  5. Dammit, Dixie.

    But hey, we don't know WHAT the announcement will be yet, right? Right?
  6. Looks like 2014 is going to be another stellar year for WWE fails.
  7. Probably a Russo SWERVE! They're obviously so sneaky like that.

    I see it being they made a deal with Spike TV and then they go "RIP TNA" like the lads that they are!
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  8. Virgin Detective Squad is on the case!
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  9. They're going to announce the new plans for WWE City somewhere in the USA :notsure:
  10. What if they purposely released fake spoilers and then came out and had a COMPLETELY different announcement. Talk about a mind fuck...
  11. Vince McMahon makes it official WWE Network to be made, barely any ovation for it.I'm not going to pay for this shit, it's just going to be a 24/7 with some add ons and tweaks.You guys bleed us with everything else why not give back to fans and let them have a free month of the WWE Network?
  12. Yeah, it's launching. Tagging @Danielson since we discussed this before.

    Can't put into words just how brilliant this idea is. Bravo, WWE.
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  13. Did I read it's $10/month and they're raising PPV costs?
    Also what does this mean for RAW & Smackdown will they not be on their respective channels and instead move to the WWE Network?
  14. Raw and Smackdown will still air on TV
  15. "Wilson said WWE Network offers 24/7 streaming service with live content and a video on demand library. She said the network will include all 12 WWE pay-per-view events, including WrestleMania. She said there will be groundbreaking shows, pre- and post- Raw and Smackdown shows, and eventually a daily studio show. The launch will include VOD (video on demand) access to every WWE, WCW, and ECW pay-per-view. She said they will continue to add legacy content."

    ^ So if you pay for the monthly service you will have access to the PPVs without paying for them separately.. I was under the impression that you still have to pay for the PPVs and they are going to be more money, is this true? Or are they referring to PPVs from prior years?
  16. It really is great. Like you said, it helps the loyal fans save cash, and draws in more. Smart
  17. I'm confused.. the price is 9.99 per month which includes a PPV which would have cost $50 before?
  18. They're under the impression that more people as a whole will pay $10 a month for this network than all the people combined paying for every Pay Per View. I think they said they need one million subscribers to break even, which if you really think about it is a third of the average that watches RAW in America alone so it may not be too impossible.

    They might be shooting themselves in the foot making it so cheap if not many people buy, because quite frankly I would've probably payed up to 20/month for this. But I guess they were trying to entice as many people as they could by making it so cheap. But they were probably doing to entice more casual audiences.