Complete Survey: WWE Cable Channel An Extra $7-12/Month For Top PPVs?

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As noted before, WWE sent out a survey to some fans, asking how likely they’d be to upgrade their cable/satellite service to a top tier to get access to the WWE cable network, which would include the “big four” PPVs. Below is the full survey:

“Imagine a 24-hour cable network that was run by The WWE. It featured a mix of WWE-made programs, including new shows, repeats of Raw and SmackDown from USA and Syfy and “classic” or “historical” programs featuring shows from different promotions like classic WWE footage, WCW, ECW, NWA, AWA, etc. from years past.

It would have two new weekly WWE live in-ring shows (wrestling), but not SmackDown or Raw.

It would have a daily live in-studio viewer interactive show similar to SportsCenter.

Additionally, this network would include WWE’s “classic big 4″ pay-per-view events including WrestleMania, SummerSlam, Survivor Series and Royal Rumble to the lineup at no additional cost. Rather than having to pay for them, they would now be specials with the same match quality you’re used to seeing on pay-per-view for no additional cost. These 4 events would only be available on The WWE Network.

In addition to The WWE Network, you would receive approximately 30 additional channels including NFL Network, NBA TV, Biography Channel, Fox Business Network and Fuel TV.

How interested would you be in upgrading your service for an additional $7-$12 per month to a tier which would include the WWE Network described above?”

4 Responses to “Complete Survey: WWE Cable Channel An Extra $7-12/Month For Top PPVs?”

  1. I would pay for it.

  2. acdc6563 says:

    I would do it if it was carried by Sky. It has to be carried by Sky. I cannot imagine not having this network and missing out on the variety of programmes just because I’m in the UK.

  3. Geraldabate29 says:

    As an older wrestling fan and I beleive I speak for not all older wrestling fans but many of them, that if the WWE Wrestling channel commits itself to a minimum of 6 to7 hours a week of 1960’s and 1970’s classics each and every week. I and I am sure many others would do what ever it took to have this channel airing in our houses. Their is such a scarcity of classic pre-80s material that I can say I am almost certain of it. Offer some good classic programming and we will come. Still 6 days plus for the popular 80’s + material.

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