- Monday's RAW ranked #2 among non-sporting events for the night in Nielsen's Twitter TV ratings, behind The Bachelor. RAW had a unique audience of 1.252 million, which represents the number of Twitter accounts that commented on the show. This is down from last week's 1.292 million. RAW had total impressions of 8.392 million, which represents the number of times tweets about the show were seen. This is down from last week's 8.860 million impressions.
- WrestlingDVDNetwork.com reports that WWE has parted ways with their Home Video distributor in Australia, after working with them for almost 15 years. WWE and Shock Entertainment will no longer be partnered for DVD and Blu-ray releases in 2016. They issued this statement to WDN:
EFFECTIVE FROM MARCH 31, 2016 – SHOCK ENTERTAINMENT WILL NO LONGER BE DISTRIBUTING WWE HOME VIDEO CONTENT IN AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND
The last new release on DVD will be Survivor Series 2015 released on January 4th in Australia and February 3rd for New Zealand.
Shock Entertainment will continue to sell their existing WWE back catalogue until March 31st and will be offering their loyal customers great discounts and free shipping within Australia on all stock available on WWEDVD.com.au. There will be prizes on offer as well for those who wish to take advantage of the huge savings for WWE DVD and Blu-Rays.
For further information please go to WWEDVD.com.au.