WWE Survivor Series Buyrate Down From Last Year

Ryan Clark December 19, 2013 3

WWE Survivor Series Buyrate Down From Last Year



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The 2013 WWE Survivor Series PPV did 95,000 buys in North America and another 84,000 buys internationally for a total of 179,000 buys. This is down from last year’s event, which did 208,000 buys. Here are how the buys have looked over the last three years…

* 2013: 179,000 (Big Show vs. Randy Orton main evented)
* 2012: 208,000 (CM Punk vs. Ryback vs. John Cena main evented)
* 2011: 281,000 (Rock and Cena vs. R Truth and The Miz main evented)



3 Comments »

  1. Gary Mcbain December 21, 2013 at 1:52 pm - Reply

    the reason? a combination of 15 year flop big show in the main event along with fans annoyance that Daniel bryan didn’t win the randy orton feud. one of these days wwe will listen to there fans and make bryan the top guy.

  2. anonymous January 12, 2014 at 7:42 pm - Reply
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