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Jim Ross Says He Thinks Initial WWE Subscription Numbers Are Good
Posted by Jeremy Thomas on 04.11.2014



- Jim Ross has updated the Q&A section of his website. Check out the highlights:

On the WWE Network's first subscription numbers: "I thought it was a good number but I'm no expert in that sort of data. I also feel that it will grow significantly in the future."

On The Streak ending: "I wasn't ready for the STREAK to end. However, I also don't know Taker's physical condition. I'm not sure how I or any one can realistically predict the long term affect on any matter. The Streak build to WM30 did not seem as impactful as I would have liked. WrestleMania should be built around the WWE Title more often than not unless someone really has dropped the ball."

On his heel run in '96 and Daniel Bryan's future as champion: "I was not a fan of my heel work as I felt i was not good at it. Bryan can stay hot if he stays in a good personal issue and the title is continued to be a priority."





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