WWE held Survivor Series last Saturday, Triple H’s first chance at booking the company’s annual November big-4 pay-per-view. Fans in Boston sold out the TD Garden, and now we know what the company thinks about how it all went down.

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Sean Sapp reported behind Fightful’s paywall that WWE sent out an internal memo to boast about the success of Survivor Series WarGames. They claimed that this year’s event was the most-watched in the history of the show, and that positive feedback was just the beginning.

WWE has been optimistic internally about the performance of WWE Survivor Series WarGames.


WWE executives received a memo on November 30 detailing the following about the PPV:

⁃ It claimed the most-viewed Survivor Series on record, jumping 46% vs. 2021’s edition of the show

⁃  The best in-venue merchandise sales in the event’s history, up 20% from last year’s Survivor Series. 

⁃ The live gate was highest ever in Boston and for Survivor Series, which Triple H noted at the post-show press conference.

⁃ Fan enjoyment rating popped 48% vs. last year. We aren’t sure how this is measured internally within WWE or the metrics associated. 

⁃ It also touted (though none were on Tout) that social media video views were up year over year, with the TikTok of Roman Reigns sending Sami Zayn into the match garnering 13 million views alone.

WWE Survivor Series WarGames was a big night for the company, and it marked Triple H successfully bringing WarGames to the main roster. Obviously, the event received a lot of attention, and WWE has the numbers to prove it.

What’s your take on these numbers? Sound off in the comments!

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H Jenkins

H Jeknins is a News Correspondent at Ringside News, keeping wrestling fans updated with timely and accurate reports on all things wrestling.

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