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WWE is promoting a record breaking Royal Rumble for 2023

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The company announced back in November last year that 2023 Royal Rumble In San Antonio it already had the largest gate in the history of the event. with the Peacock growththe Comcast-owned platform that currently owns the local broadcast rights to the WWE Network, every single premium live WWE event seems to have set a new home viewership record.

However, the numbers in This piston From Stamford is impressive, even if not unexpected:

Breaking down all-time gates and viewership records in WWE® ROYAL RUMBLE®

Stamford, Connecticut, January 30, 2023 – WWE® (NYSE: WWE) announced today that the year 2023 Royal Rumblewhich emanated from the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas, became WWE’s highest-grossing and most-watched show Royal Rumble in the company’s history.

The event set a new all-time record at over $7.7 million, surpassing the previous record. Royal Rumble high in 2017 by more than 50 percent. The event’s viewership increased by 52 percent against the previous record set in 2022.

Plus, the year 2023 Royal Rumble Broken care and merchandise records for all time. Merchandise sales increased 135 percent against the record set in 2022. Royal Rumble Sponsorship revenue up nearly 200% compared to 2022, and saw the first sponsored match (MTN DEW PITCH BLACK) and sponsored countdown clock (Applebee’s).

On the social front, Roman Reigns-Sami Zayn’s videos have generated over 20 million views across all WWE platforms and become the most viewed WWE clip of 2023. Additional features include the collision of Logan Paul and Ricochet which has garnered 26.5 million views across the WWE and Paul platforms, and the firing of Reigns’ TikTok account, which garnered 100,000 followers in the first 24 hours.

Someone should buy a company that is capable of doing this kind of business, right?

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