Wrestlenomics Radio
46: Wrestlenomics Radio: WWE in Saudi Arabia, most recognizable pro wrestlers, BTIG upgrades WWE stock projection, All In
Apr 30, 2018 · 1 hr 37 min
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Chris Harrington (@mookieghana) and Brandon Howard (@brandonthurston) discuss the week’s topics in wrestling business news: * WWE in Saudi Arabia: Greatest Royal Rumble thoughts, the Daivri brothers angle, Roman Reigns, GSA's apology for female wrestlers appearing in a clip, Sami Zayn's non-appearance, the Saudi government's PR campaign * BTIG upgrades its WWE stock projection to $46 as the share price reaches $40 this past week. * Medium's study of which pro wrestlers are the most recognizable * A question on ramifications for independent wrestling if All-In doesn't succeed in its attendance goal SUPER-SERVE EDITION (sign-up for $5/month for weekly bonus audio at patreon.com/wrestlenomics) -- 2 hours+ this week! * Chris and Brandon thoroughly analyze the WWE Business Partner Summit 2018 in a depth you won't find anywhere else, featuring: * "WWE 2.0" and plans for a future premium tier for the WWE Network * WWE co-presidents Michelle Wilson and George Barrios present road map for 2018 * Stephanie McMahon explains how WWE was "reimagined" as "sports entertainment" * Sales and International (John Brody) * Digital and social media (Jayar Donlan) * Triple H/Paul Levesque outlines a vision to put developmental facilities all over the world Check out Mookie’s work at wrestlenomics.com and indeedwrestling.com. Read Brandon’s latest at WrestlingINC.com. Email questions and comments to wrestlenomics@gmail.com.

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