- WWE released their latest Key Performance Indicators a little early this month, which you can download in .PDF format by clicking here. It was noted that last month's WWE Hell In A Cell pay-per-view, which was headlined by Brock Lesnar vs. The Undertaker III and was available on the WWE Network, garnered 87,000 buys, of which 64,000 were international and the remaining 23,000 buys were domestic. It was up 5% from the 83,000 pay-per-views for last year's Hell In A Cell, which was also available on the Network and was headlined by two Hell In A Cell matches featuring Seth Rollins vs. Dean Ambrose and John Cena vs. Randy Orton.

- WWE also averaged 6,300 fans for live events in North America in October, while the tour in Mexico last month averaged 5,800 fans for the three events headlined by The Undertaker.

- WWE shipped 106,000 home video units in October. The month featured the releases of Sting: Into The Light and Night of Champions.

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