• Old School WCW Veteran Celebrates His Birthday
Old School WCW Veteran Shannon Moore celebrates his 41st birthday today.
Shannon Moore wrestled for Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling from 1999 till 2001.
The former WCW Hardcore Champion is probably best remembered for being a member of the boy band faction “3 Count”.
The last time we saw him was in 2012 on TNA iMPACT Wrestling TV, but after that he just sort of disappeared from mainstream wrestling.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY SHANNON MOORE!
• Vince McMahon Reveals How WWE Plans To Increase TV Ratings & Push New Wrestlers In A More Effective Way
During a shareholders meeting, Vince McMahon was asked how he plans to increase TV ratings of their shows, pushing new talent & more.
Below are the highlights:
On increasing TV ratings of WWE shows:
“We have a 30+ year track record of creating compelling characters and engaging a variety of audiences, and we obviously remain confident we can continue that with our collective ability, even in the most challenging environments with no live audience.
Our engagement metrics across platforms are understandably and obviously — however, the importance of linear programming is paramount in all of our businesses — we consistently have seen year-over-year increases in a variety of digital metrics and engagement. And positive trends have continued, even during COVID.”
On pushing new wrestlers in a more effective way:
“I mean you want to continue to build stars no matter what time. It is so, as Paul [Levesque] just mentioned about NXT talent. He has done an extraordinary job of creating new stars, and as they continue to evolve, they’ll continue to come up to RAW and SmackDown.
So there’s this influence of new superstars coming into both RAW and SmackDown, and in addition to that, the ways that we now promote talent in a more effective way, [with] digital and social media, as opposed to the normal way.”
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