They should be happy. WWE puts on a lot of events every year and it can be difficult to have something stand out. There are only so many ways to make that work though and WWE has to strive to make it work. One of the best ways to be ahead of the pack is to be a big success and WWE seems to be rather happy with their most recent major show, perhaps more than ever.
Over the weekend, WWE presented their annual Extreme Rules event. According to Wrestlinginc.com, WWE sent out an internal memo celebrating the event’s success. The event was said to be the highest grossing Extreme Rules as well as the most viewed Extreme Rules of all time. The show was headlined by Seth Rollins vs. Matt Riddle inside the Fight Pit and the reveal of the White Rabbit, who wound up being a returning Bray Wyatt.
Opinion: I can see why the show was so viewed, as WWE set up something interesting with the White Rabbit reveal and then told the fans to tune in to see what was going on. That is a great way to draw interest and they made it work well here. The show itself worked well and it was great to see WWE make it work in the end. Now just do something similar in the future and they are on to a lot more.
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