Talk ‘N Shop A Mania was last night and many regarded the worst pay-per-view in history as incredibly entertaining. This parody of a pro wrestling pay-per-view included a lot of different elements. Ultimately, it was cut together to provide fans with a welcomed distraction on a Saturday night.

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Interest for Talk ‘N Shop A Mania was also high during the show. They trended on Twitter for hours and into the next morning as well. Google search trends also show a huge spike in interest for the event.

When looking at Google’s data, we can also see that a majority of interest generated seemed to resonate from Kentucky, and interestingly enough Connecticut. We have to wonder if they had some Google searches coming in from Stamford all night to help boost that number.


You can check out the chart below. As you can see, the Good Brothers made a lot of noise with Talk ‘N Shop A Mania. The conclusion of the pay-per-view also ended with a “To Be Continued…” so we could always see part two happen eventually.

H Jenkins

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