- Xavier Woods unboxes Final Fantasy Explorers and a new Funko shipment in these videos from his WWE-endorsed "UpUpDownDown" YouTube channel.
- WWE stock was down 4.05% today, closing at $16.10 per share. Today's high was 17.18, the opening, and the low was $15.78.
When she's not playing a villain in the ring at WWE events or on shows, McMahon allows her real self to peek through — as a driven executive who's helped to create a massive multiplatform footprint for her family-operated sports entertainment company. With its online WWE Network at 1.3 million subscribers, and a social media reach of 550 million followers, WWE plans to be everywhere for optimum fan engagement. "The secret to our success is that WWE is truly an interactive brand," she says. "Our fans are part of our show, and use their voices whether live in the arena, or via social media to express opinions and influence creative direction." McMahon's goals for 2016 include growing the WWE Network, international expansion in India, China and South America, and re-launching WWE.com to enhance mobile, video and social usage. She expects events such as the upcoming WrestleMania 32 in April and new WWE Network animated series "Camp WWE" to help keep fans screaming for more.