The World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) video library is currently the largest collection of professional wrestling videos and copyrights in the world. It is comprised not only of past and current works by World Wrestling Entertainment (formerly the World Wrestling Federation) but the works of now out of business professional wrestling promotions dating back to the 1940s. As of 2010, the library stands at over 100,000 hours of content including weekly television shows, pay-per-views, and recorded house shows. The collection represents a very significant portion of the visual history of modern professional wrestling. In recent years WWE has made their classic holdings available to public view through their WWE Classics On Demand video on demand service and various home-video releases.
Re: How many hours of footage do you think WWE has?
I know the WWE hasn't got the rights to Mid-south,but I wonder how many NWA regional tape libraries they have acquired.The 20 + lesser territories would surely consist of at least 40,000 hours worth of material.That's without AWA,Mid Atlantic,Florida,WCCW and Stampede + ECW,WCW and the WWE.