This is really good news. The WWE Network launched in February 2014. In less than three years, the service has grown at a remarkable rate. According to, the WWE Network is the fifth most subscribed to subscription service in the USA for the third quarter of 2016. Here’s the top 5:

1. Netflix
2. Amazon Prime
3. Hulu
5. WWE Network

This puts the WWE Network above services such as HBO Now, Showtime and CBS All Access.

For a niche market, this puts WWE in a rather strong place. The same article mentions that WWE has 1.5 million subscribers. At $10 a month, that’s $15 million a month and $180 million a year. Obviously there are costs that have to be taken out but that’s a lot of money with a big chunk coming from just opening the video archives. With the rumored potential changes to the Network including various perks and benefits, there’s a good chance that number will only be rising in the future.

Do you subscribe to the WWE Network? How much would you be willing to pay for the service? Let us know in the comments below.


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