WWE has a history of raking in huge numbers whichever territory they step foot in and YouTube is no different.
Sportskeeda reports that the billion-dollar promotion made more than $13 million per month on YouTube in 2019 and the credit goes to the small but dedicated team that’s responsible for making the magic happen.
“The WWE YouTube based on information that is freely available. We have average monthly earnings data from YouTube and the algorithms and analytics that display the money you make per view, and based on where it is, WWE on YouTube in 2019 made more than $13 Million. That is a lot of money. And it is done by a very small team, because all of the recordings and the shows are freely available to them, they are simply taking that information, taking the video file, chopping it up, uploading it up to YouTube, couple of graphics, job done.”
WWE’s official YouTube channel currently boasts of 52 million+ subscribers and is the 7th most-subscribed channel on the platform.
WWE Women’s Tag Team Champion Kairi Sane was pulled from competition immediately after suffering a concussion at TLC last month. Now that Royal Rumble is just a few weeks away, WWE is planning to get her ready for the first “Big 4” pay-per-view of the new year.
Sportskeeda‘s Tom Colohue reports that Sane is set to undergo an assessment prior to the event and the company is hopeful that she will be eligible to compete at the Rumble.
“The plan is still to give her (Kairi Sane) an assessment before the Royal Rumble, to check if Kairi Sane can be involved in that match. The opinion backstage is quite high. They find it very likely that she will appear at the Royal Rumble, probably get a nice pop. If she doesn’t, not the worst thing in the world, because Asuka is already in the match, so they don’t need the Tag Champions.”
Hopefully, Sane would be ready in time for the Royal Rumble pay-per-view. Asuka is already booked for a title match against RAW Women’s Champion Becky Lynch, so let’s see what’s in store for The Pirate Princess come January 26th.