WWE generally does pretty well for themselves financially around WrestleMania season. This year has included a very unique set of circumstances.

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Dave Meltzer mentioned on Wrestling Observer Radio that WWE shouldn’t expect any kind of “WrestleMania bump” this year in WWE Network subscriptions. He stated that this year might see a decline.

The world is dealing with the awful COVID-19 pandemic. A lot of people are out of work right now so they must cut out “superfluous” things from their budget. The WWE Network is only $9.99 a month, but that could mean a different for someone without a paycheck coming in.

WWE usually leans on WrestleMania to see a spike in Network subscriptions. It’s not likely that they will have those numbers to point out during their next quarterly investors’ call.

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