— According to WWE.com, this Sunday’s Royal Rumble pay-per-view in Detroit has officially sold out. In their statement regarding this bit of news, they also talk about why WWE pay-per-views are such a great value, while taking a potshot at MMA as well.
“The WWE represents “the best value in entertainment,” said Linda McMahon. “We give more bang for the buck at live events and pay-per-views. You’re guaranteed three hours of electrifying action. No quick knockouts or submissions as in boxing or mixed martial arts.”
The article then offers a humorous paragraph on why people WWE pay-per-views are such a great bargain. They wrote: “The suggested retail price for WWE pay-per-views is $39.95, with an average of four viewers per household, which means that the average cost per individual per WWE pay-per-view is $9.99. Since WWE pay-per-views are distributed directly to the home, parking is free, Mom provides the refreshments, and no waiting in line for the bathroom.”
You can read WWE’s statement at the following link.
— WWE’s latest blockbuster sensation, Behind Enemy Lines: Columbia, fell three spots to No. 21 in this week’s DVD/Home Video Rental sales chart on www.BoxOfficeMojo.com.
— In the latest Superstar to Superstar on WWE.com, WWE Intercontinental Champion CM Punk talks to Kevin Grevioux, star of Underworld: Rise of the Lycans, which opens in theaters this Friday. You can read the interview at the following link.
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