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Re: AEW Ratings, Buy-Rates and Viewership Discussion

They need to beat NXT to be seen as competitive to WWE, they can't lose to developmental.

They need to cater to casuals, to the 10 million people which is the least of the total Market and not cater to a niche fanatic market that's capped at 1.5 million people which WWE is catering to, of which will never stop watching as long as the term "wrestling" is in the name.
 

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Re: AEW Ratings, Buy-Rates and Viewership Discussion

They need to beat NXT to be seen as competitive to WWE, they can't lose to developmental.

They need to cater to casuals, to the 10 million people which is the least of the total Market and not cater to a niche fanatic market that's capped at 1.5 million people which WWE is catering to, of which will never stop watching as long as the term "wrestling" is in the name.

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They need to beat NXT to be seen as competitive to WWE, they can't lose to developmental.

They need to cater to casuals, to the 10 million people which is the least of the total Market and not cater to a niche fanatic market that's capped at 1.5 million people which WWE is catering to, of which will never stop watching as long as the term "wrestling" is in the name.
By doing what.

Outline a plan of action that would result in AEW or WWE indeed getting 10 million watching in 2019 on cable.

That's not far off how many watched the college championship basketball game on TBS in 2018 which is just a tiny bit more popular than wrestling and gets just a bit more media coverage and marketing..when I say a bit I mean light-years more
 

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Re: AEW Ratings, Buy-Rates and Viewership Discussion

They need to beat NXT to be seen as competitive to WWE, they can't lose to developmental.

They need to cater to casuals, to the 10 million people which is the least of the total Market and not cater to a niche fanatic market that's capped at 1.5 million people which WWE is catering to, of which will never stop watching as long as the term "wrestling" is in the name.
Nothing om cable TV is attracting what you're talking about.
 

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AEW PPV sales already declining.

Lost 10,000 viewers between DON and All Out. These guys are screwed when they go to weekly TV.


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Re: AEW PPV sales already declining.

It's still too early to get worried. They haven't even started yet. I'm pretty sure that they are aware of this and are doing the necessary adjustments needed to make a better show.
 

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Re: AEW PPV sales already declining.

It's still too early to get worried. They haven't even started yet. I'm pretty sure that they are aware of this and are doing the necessary adjustments needed to make a better show.
There’s been too much of a gap between shows not to mention the gaps have only been filled with about 30 minutes of weekly content on YouTube.

All 4 shows have been good-great and they’re in a prime spot TV wise.
 

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Re: AEW PPV sales already declining.

4 shows seems like a kind of small sample size

Losing 10,000 buys from the first show to the most recent isnt that much either

Mox being out does not help them but he'll be back
 
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