Check out the tale of the tape when it comes to WWE and the Elimination Chamber PPV, accurate through the 2016 edition of the event. The data used to make this infographic was collected by DC Matthews and the infographic
Doc Manson tabulates every participant and elimination from every Royal Rumble match, ever. Or, at least, from 1988 – 2016, for those of you visiting from the future. Doc describes where the numbers come from and ponders the trouble with trying to get solid numbers for what seem like they should be straightforward stats.
DC talks about Jimmy Snuka, the ability to cut different types of promos, and shares the recipe for Wrestle Silly success in this edition of DC’s Network Diaries.
Doc Manson shares his second infographic looking at business trends of the WWE over the course of past decade. This time, it’s a deep dive into ticket sales, looking at fan interest in attending live event both domestically and in markets overseas.
DC dives into Episode 6 of ECW Hardcore TV, featuring a whole lot of Paul Heyman, Terry Funk driving a tractor, and more gimmick matches than you can shake a stick at!
From this author’s perspective, Episode 5 of ECW TV is when things started to look Extreme. There was silliness, innuendo, focus on females and, of course, the debut of a cult leader. Let’s get to it!
While I am not a parent, I do have an appreciation for watching someone grow up. As an educator, I see it all the time, and it does warm my heart, even if it can be painful at times as well. That’s where we’re at with this week’s episode of ECW – They’re making small changes to improve things, taking their baby steps, but it can still be VERY cringeworthy.
Either way, onward!
Check out this fun and informative infographic, in which Doc Manson takes on the topic of the current health of the WWE as a business. Are the nay-sayers right? Have TV ratings fallen so far that, surely, the WWE is doomed to go out of business? Let’s see what truths the numbers reveal!
DC watches Episode 3 of ECW Hardcore TV, and Eddie Gilbert is part of just about every segment. He’s like Stephanie McMahon, but funnier.
It’s episode 2 of DC’s Network Diaries, and wrestlers are wearing flannel, wetsuits and dressed like ninjas! DC is in heaven!