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Wrestlenomics Radio

Wrestlenomics Radio

Wrestlenomics Radio focuses of the economics of the pro-wrestling industry. We discuss pro-wrestling business news and key metrics for companies like WWE, AEW NJPW, and more.

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  1. Roman Reigns taking fewer dates
  2. Peacock saves WWE's popularity, Q1 2022 earnings
  3. AEW and WWE TV rights value
  4. State of AEW and WWE fan popularity
  5. Warner-Discovery merger's effect on AEW
  6. Wrestlemania business, WWE's proxy statement; Tony Khan on ROH, bots
  7. The business of Wrestlemania 38
  8. Triple H retires as wrestler, continues as executive
  9. WWE responds to MLW's antitrust lawsuit
  10. AEW Revolution PPV buys, WWE2K22 is released
  11. Tony Khan buys ROH, Vince talks to McAfee
  12. AEW SVP Chris Harrington talks wrestling business ahead of Revolution
  13. Wrestlemania attendance outlook
  14. Cody Rhodes leaves AEW
    Cody Rhodes leaves AEW
  15. Estimating how much revenue AEW makes
  16. WWE Q4 2021 and full year earnings report
  17. WWE Q4 2021 Earnings Preview
  18. Who will buy WWE's next-day rights?
  19. New Japan back on AXS
    New Japan back on AXS
  20. MLW files a lawsuit against WWE
  21. The dismantling of Triple H's NXT
  22. Black Saturday ratings myth, early Wrestlemania PPV buys with Bix
  23. The diversity of AEW’s roster and audience
  24. 2021's biggest stories in wrestling business
  25. 2022 predictions, AEW in mainstream press
  26. The flow of talent from AEW to WWE
  27. DVR viewership, WWE's NIL program
  28. WWE's Brooklyn upfront, Young Bucks' extension, Vince's egg
  29. WWE talent releases, AEW Full Gear PPV buys, EPL rights deal
  30. AEW Full Gear business, WWE financial outlook
  31. Talent releases and CFO transition after WWE Q3 earnings
  32. The end of Ring of Honor as we know it
  33. Preemptions and NJPW business
  34. Preemptions and NJPW business
  35. Fast Nationals for Smackdown and Rampage
  36. Smackdown vs. Rampage: The 30-Minute War
  37. Q3 2021 TV ratings and ticket sales trends for WWE and AEW
  38. AEW SVP Chris Harrington talks about the wrestling business
  39. WWE and AEW's different visions of talent
  40. AEW draws 200,000 PPV buys for All Out
  41. All Out weekend
    All Out weekend
  42. Needle movers
    Needle movers
  43. CM Punk is back in pro wrestling
  44. AEW Rampage debut, Smackdown prelims
  45. NXT getting overhauled following more WWE cuts
  46. AEW's United Center ticket sell fast, WWE budget cuts
  47. Week 2 with WWE back on the road
  48. Live events are back
    Live events are back
  49. WWE Raw sets a new low ahead of touring
  50. How will the return of fans affect ratings?
  51. Return to touring draws nearer, more WWE releases
  52. Myths about AEW's financial state
  53. WWE as a meme stock, post-Covid ticket sales
  54. Double or Nothing 2021 was AEW's 2nd highest-selling PPV
  55. WWE and New Japan reportedly discuss working relationship
  56. WWE returns to live events, more AEW/TBS details
  57. AEW returning to live events
  58. AEW's Blood & Guts wins cable on Wednesday
  59. What NHL on Turner means for AEW
  60. WWE Q1 2021, MLW coming to Vice
  61. Big ratings in the first week of the post-war era
  62. Wrestlemania 37, Undertaker NFTs, Nick Khan comments
  63. NXT moves to Tuesday, extends USA deal
  64. WWE Network launches on Peacock
  65. Requiem for goodwill
    Requiem for goodwill
  66. How viewership would be affected if NXT moves to Tuesday
  67. Tubular media ecosystem
  68. Final verdict on WWE Network
  69. TV ratings literacy
    TV ratings literacy
  70. WWE Q4 & full year 2020 earning report
  71. Welcome to the flock
    Welcome to the flock
  72. Banking model of pro wrestling
  73. Pop culture extravaganza
  74. No chance in hell
    No chance in hell
  75. Cable makes wrestling richer than ever
  76. Year 2020 retrospective
  77. More fans than ever
    More fans than ever
  78. Code of Champions
    Code of Champions
  79. Is TV more valuable than PPV?
  80. Pay-per-view price inelasticity
  81. But all TV is down
    But all TV is down
  82. 20-factor test
    20-factor test
  83. A case for sports-like wrestling
  84. WWE Q3 2020: Finally a new star, and it's Nick Khan
  85. The business of everything else
  86. If a man yells in a forest and no one listens... is it a podcast?
  87. We march backwards into the future
  88. The pillars of wrestling's future
  89. SEC Theater
    SEC Theater
  90. The End of Pax McMahona
  91. The bill's coming due
    The bill's coming due
  92. Secretary of Labor
    Secretary of Labor
  93. Estimate the Thunderdome
  94. No off-color comments
    No off-color comments
  95. Passive engagement
    Passive engagement
  96. The Best of WWE Excuses
  97. WWE Q2 2020 Earnings Report: Compelling Content
  98. Why Comcast should buy WWE
  99. The life and times of the key demo
  100. WWE has a new Chief Financial Officer
  101. The scales of Moxley and Cena
  102. Wrestling before and after COVID: Speaking Out movement, COVID19 testing
  103. Class-action lawsuit against WWE over MENA TV rights
  104. The importance of new stars
  105. A letter to white innocence
  106. Rumors of PPV's Death Were Greatly Exaggerated
  107. COVID-19 Data in Florida and Japan
  108. How WWE Network has made business harder for others
  109. Coronavirus is a breakpoint for wrestling fandom
  110. Will Wrestling Viewership Bounce Back?
  111. WWE Q1 2020 Earnings Report
  112. Wrestlenomics Radio: WWE releases & XFL shutdown timeline
  113. Wrestlenomics Radio: The end of XFL 2.0, Wrestlemania Reception
  114. Wrestlenomics 101: COVID19 can't stop WWE profitability, Cena on star development
  115. Wrestlenomics Radio: 100th Episode, Investors' Understanding of WWE
  116. Wrestlenomics Radio: Highest Attendances and Live Gates in Wrestling History
  117. Wrestlenomics Radio: How much will COVID-19 cost WWE?
  118. How and Why WWE's Popularity Declined
  119. Wrestlenomics Radio: Streaming possibilities for WWE PPVs
  120. WWE Q4 2019 report: PPVs moving to major streaming service?
  121. George Barrios and Michelle Wilson out as WWE Co-Presidents
  122. Wrestlenomics Radio: WWE Q3 2019 Earnings Report
  123. Wrestlenomics Radio: NXT debuts on USA Network, Anthem acquires AXS TV
  124. 91: Wrestlenomics Radio: NXT moves to USA Network, going head-to-head with AEW on cable
  125. 90: Wrestlenomics Radio: WWE Q2 2019 earnings report
  126. 89: Wrestlenomics Radio: What's the big deal about WWE in Saudi Arabia?
  127. 88: Wrestlenomics Radio: WWE Q1 2019 Earnings Analysis, Vince blames talent absences for declines
  128. 87: Wrestlenomics Radio: WWE's independent contractor problem
  129. 86: Wrestlenomics Radio: WWE moving headquarters
  130. 85: Wrestlenomics Radio: Wrestlemania attendance, Barrios on popularity, viewership demographics
  131. 84: Wrestlenomics Radio: WWE Saudi money algebra, AEW Double or Nothing sells out, NJPW Google search
  132. 83: Wrestlenomics Radio: WWE Full Year 2018 Report: Vince on star power, Rousey; Crown Jewel money; Barrios defends attendance drop
  133. 82: Wrestlenomics Radio: Mookie gets hired by AEW, adventures in Japan; "Buffalo Brothers" car accident
  134. 81: Wrestlenomics Radio: History of the Streaming Era, 2014-2018
  135. 80: Wrestlenomics Radio: Impact moving to Pursuit, most matches in WWE, biggest stories of the year
  136. 79: Wrestlenomics Radio: New lows for WWE viewership, Eric Bischoff TED talk
  137. 78: Wrestlenomics Radio: New WWE board of directors, Vince sells stock, Barrios UBS talk, trademark update, scholarly wrestling articles
  138. 77: Wrestlenomics Radio: WWE stock recovery, ROH signings, NXT Takeover moved to avoid MSG show
  139. 76: Wrestlenomics Radio: Pro wrestling landscape, AEW trademarks
  140. 75: Wrestlenomics Radio: WrestleMania 35 ticket sales & capacity, Triple H NXT conference call
  141. 74: Wrestlenomics Radio: Stephanie McMahon at Web Summit, Harold Meij on NJPW business with Uproxx
  142. 73: Wrestlenomics Radio: WWE Crown Jewel takes place, John Cena & Daniel Bryan don't appear
  143. 72: Wrestlenomics Radio: Crown Jewel casts shadow on WWE Evolution, WWE stock falls after Q3 report, NXT attendance, Roman Reigns
  144. 71: Wrestlenomics Radio: Latest on WWE Saudi Arabia with guest Mike Sempervive
  145. 70: Wrestlenomics Radio: WWE deal with Saudi Arabia government under scrunity after alleged murder of journalist
  146. 69: Wrestlenomics Radio: Attendance updates for NJPW, WWE and ROH; UFC 229 incident
  147. 68: Wrestlenomics Radio: WWE Q3 viewership & female audience decline, Mixed Match Challenge views down, WWE YouTube power rankings
  148. 67: Wrestlenomics Radio: WWE CTE lawsuit dismissed, WWE tryout in Chile, return to Saudi Arabia, women's PPV, Impact officials meet at WWE HQ, WON HOF ballot
  149. 66: Wrestlenomics Radio: CMLL Anniversary talk with live report from Will From Texas (goodhelmet)
  150. 65: Wrestlenomics Radio: All In economics, interview with The Ringer's Mike Piellucci
  151. 64: Wrestlenomics Radio: All In, employee/contractor issue, vision of WWE co-presidents
  152. 63: Wrestlenomics Radio: Neville out of WWE contract, tracking indie stars, WWE Studios president leaves
  153. 62: Wrestlenomics Radio: Triple H conference calls, Daniel Bryan contract status, Lawsuit updates for Punk/Cabana & Jarrett
  154. 61: Wrestlenomics Radio: NJPW business and G1 Climax talk with @EvanDeadlySinsW
  155. 60: Wrestlenomics Radio: WWE social media metrics compared to Facebook, Twitter, Netflix; How WWE falls short of its economic potential
  156. 59: Wrestlenomics Radio: How much did WWE make from Saudi Arabia deal?
  157. 58: Wrestlenomics Radio: Hogan returning to WWE? ROH/NJPW MSG show, WWE Q2 preview, Sinclair-Tribune
  158. 57: Wrestlenomics Radio: Part 2: WWE 1H 2018 Timeline
  159. 56: Wrestlenomics Radio: Part 1: WWE 1H 2018 Timeline
  160. 55: Wrestlenomics Radio: NJPWWorld subs, NJPW president profile, WWE TV deal, responsibility of promoters
  161. 54: Wrestlenomics Radio: JPMorgan upgrades WWE stock target, All Us, Vader, WWE in Australia
  162. 53: Wrestlenomics Radio: New WWE investor presentation, Australia PPV, India, All In, XFL
  163. 53: Wrestlenomics Radio: CM Punk victorious in court, not in UFC
  164. 52: Wrestlenomics Radio: CM Punk & Colt Cabana vs. Dr. Chris Amann trial
  165. 50: Wrestlenomics Radio: What would a tiered WWE Network look like? SmackDown's new deal
  166. 49: Wrestlenomics Radio: WWE RAW reportedly getting 3x raise, SmackDown moving?
  167. 48: Wrestlenomics Radio: WWE implications from UFC-ESPN, Brandon's modern wrestling talk, Total Divas renewed, Starrcast
  168. 47: Wrestlenomics Radio: WWE Q1 & macro business trends; NJPW Dontaku, Cow Palace ticket sales; All-In seating
  169. 46: Wrestlenomics Radio: WWE in Saudi Arabia, most recognizable pro wrestlers, BTIG upgrades WWE stock projection, All In
  170. 45: Wrestlenomics Radio: WWE business analyses from JPMorgan and Needham, Saudi Arabia, WWE Board of Directors
  171. 44: Wrestlenomics Radio: Greatest Royal Rumble, Rusev, Ronda Rousey, Lesnar re-signs with WWE
  172. 43: Wrestlenomics Radio: Mookie & Brandon's WrestleMania Adventure
  173. 42: Wrestlenomics Radio: Louisiana athletic commission, Ticket sales update for all WrestleMania weekend events, MLW TV deal
  174. 41: Wrestlenomics Radio: Daniel Bryan medically cleared by WWE, AroLucha funding
  175. 40: Wrestlenomics Radio: WrestleMania 35 press conference, Moolah controversy, Jericho-Omega AXS rating
  176. 39: Wrestlenomics Radio: Barrios at Deutsche Bank, Greatest Royal Rumble, WWE executive pay, All In
  177. 38: Wrestlenomics Radio: Brock Lesnar no-shows, Fox Sports executives at RAW, NJPWWorld subs, PWG venue move
  178. 37: Wrestlenomics Radio: Wrestling media, Ronda Rousey's effect on business, NJPW in Australia
  179. 36: Wrestlenomics Radio: WWE UK & International w/ Will Cooling, TV Rights, Bloomberg Business article
  180. 35: Wrestlenomics Radio: WWE 2017 top financial stories, Mookie's divisional scorecard, Mysterio in NJPW
  181. 34: Wrestlenomics Radio: Ronda Rousey in WWE, Morgan Stanley analysis, WrestleMania in NY/NJ, ROH OTT service
  182. 33: Wrestlenomics Radio: XFL official set to relaunch, Enzo Amore fired, RAW25 viewership, MMC
  183. 32: Wrestlenomics Radio: WWE talent contracts, Mixed Match Challenge, Lavie Margolin's TrumpMania
  184. 31: Wrestlenomics Radio: RAW/SmackDown to Fox rumors, Wrestle Kingdom 12 follow-up, WWE stock price
  185. 30: Wrestlenomics Radio: Wrestle Kingdom 12, NJPWWorld, 205 Live, WWE succession
  186. 29: Wrestlenomics Radio: WWE's Iron Man, injuries; Biggest stories of 2017; WWF 1984-1990 gross income
  187. 28: Wrestlenomics Radio: Vince sells WWE stock for football, ROH record attendance, 2018 predictions
  188. 27: Wrestlenomics Radio: Vince McMahon XFL rumors, Net Neutrality, new WWE Facebook show
  189. 26: Wrestlenomics Radio: Triple H beats Jinder in India, Bagwell/Raven lawsuit dropped, 205 Live house shows, latest Barrios talk
  190. 25: Wrestlenomics Radio: WWN's iPPV buys, WON HOF results, Broken Matt, Cody/Bucks show & merch
  191. 24: Wrestlenomics Radio: WWE & UFC TV rights negotiations, WWE’s reduced PPV schedule, Wrestle Kingdom 12 update, Brandon’s life in wrestling
  192. 23: Wrestlenomics Radio: Jinder experiment done?, NJPW revenue, Zayn & Owens sent home
  193. Wrestlenomics Radio: Wrestling Observer Hall of Fame ballots
  194. 22: Wrestlenomics Radio: Jericho vs. Omega at WK12, WWE releases, WWE popularity
  195. 21: Wrestlenomics Radio: WWE Q3 2017 Results & Analysis: WWE Network subs, attendance & more
  196. 20: Wrestlenomics Radio: WWE wellness policy, illnesses before TLC, Powerbomb.tv & SMV partner
  197. 19: Wrestlenomics Radio: Neville walks out, Jimmy Jacobs fired; GWN launch; Lucha Underground
  198. 18: Wrestlenomics Radio: David Lagana on relaunch of NWA and future of media in wrestling
  199. 17: Wrestlenomics Radio: Young Bucks get cease & desist, WWE RAW & SmackDown attendance
  200. 16: Wrestlenomics Radio: FloMoney, FloProblems; WWE Network Survey; Jinder Mahal promo
  201. 15: Wrestlenomics Radio: Fact-checking Roman Reigns and Vince McMahon’s recent promos
  202. 14: Wrestlenomics Radio: GFW-Jarrett turmoil, Jericho book review, Kavita Devi, Baron Corbin
  203. 13: Wrestlenomics Radio: NJPW Biz talk with @EvanDeadlySinsW
  204. 12: Wrestlenomics Radio: WWE Survey, Wreddit, Google Trends, Japanese ELO Ratings
  205. 11: Wrestlenomics Radio: CM Punk lawsuit, Summerslam staying in Brooklyn, Triple H industry call, Daniel Bryan and more!
  206. 10: Wrestlenomics Radio: WWE Network in China, NJPW G1 Climax update, GFW, Ronda Rousey
  207. 9: Wrestlenomics Radio: Cena vs. Nakamura, Brock Lesnar, G1 Climax Attendance and more!
  208. 8: Wrestlenomics Radio: WWE Q2 report, NJPW global plans, Reigns wins YouTube
  209. 7: Wrestlenomics Radio: WWE Q2 Preview, NJPW in the U.S.
  210. 6: Wrestlenomics Radio: The Amazing Technicolor Bar Graphs
  211. 5: Wrestlenomics Radio: Pro Wrestling's Aging TV Audience
  212. 4: Wrestlenomics Radio - George Barrios' Technocractic Utopia of Entertainment
  213. 3: Wrestlenomics Radio: Core of the Core
  214. 2: Wrestlenomics: Cinco de Wrestlenomics (WWE Q1)
  215. 1: Wrestlenomics Radio: WWE Business Partner Summit 2017
  216. Wrestlenomics Radio: WWE 2016
  217. Wrestlenomics Radio: WWE Q3 Results
  218. Wrestlenomics Radio: July Update (UFC Sale, Brexit, Int'l Update)
  219. WWE Q1 Results, Emerging Markets Talk, KPI Switches and Worked WrestleMania #s
  220. Wrestlenomics Radio: WWE 2015 Results and 2016 Forecasting
  221. Wrestlenomics Radio: WWE Q4 Earnings Report