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WWE Reaches 25 Million Subscribers on YouTube

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WWE Reaches 25 Million Subscribers on YouTube

WWE Reaches 25 Million Subscribers on YouTube

WWE breaks a new record after reaching 25 million subscribers on its official YouTube account, as reported by the same company through a press release on its website. In this way, the McMahon company is positioned among the 20 channels with the most subscriptions of the entire platform, ranking ahead of channels such as TheEllenShow or OneDirectionVEVO.

Likewise, WWE has managed to increase its number by 5 million users in just over 4 months. The vast majority of its content is based on the best moments of RAW, SmackDown LIVE, NXT, 205 Live and all the PPV of the year. In addition, the channel has special and exclusive spaces such as Southpaw Regional Wrestling (also available on WWE Network), My Son/Daughter Is to WWE Superstar or WWE Game Night.

“With more than 21 billion views and now 25 million subscribers, it is clear that the presence of WWE on YouTube is only strengthening,” the company concluded in that statement. It should be remembered that the company’s beginnings in the online video platform began in 2008 when it posted the promotional videos for No Way Out and WrestleMania XXIV for the first time.

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