WWE Announced The Date For The Release Of It’s Fiscal Fourth Quarter And Full-Year 2022 Results

The business has recently bragged about its accomplishments and revenue growth. Many predict that trend will continue in Q4, but there is only one way to be certain. WWE disclosed the time and date of its conference call to go over the Q4 and full-year results in a press release on Thursday.

According to a statement in WWE’s press release, “WWE… announced that it will report its fourth quarter and full year 2022 results on Thursday, February 2, 2023, prior to the market opening.” “The company will hold a conference call to discuss the results beginning at 8:30 a.m. ET.” WWE revealed a 19% increase in revenue from Q3 2021 when it released its Q3 earnings in November last year.

Additionally, the business boasted about “record viewership” for some of its high-end live events. With increases in viewer numbers of 17%, 20%, and 36%, respectively, on NBCUniversal’s Peacock streaming service in the United States, WWE claimed that Money in the Bank, SummerSlam, and Extreme Rules were each the most watched broadcasts of those events in history.

Vince McMahon Rejoin

It will be intriguing to watch how the conference call proceeds given Vince McMahon’s reinstatement as Executive Chairman of the Board. In the midst of an investigation into a scheme to conceal allegations of sexual misconduct by making covert payments, McMahon left the organisation back in July.

Do the Khans have grand plans to take over WWE? Although it hasn’t happened yet, AEW is reportedly considering a merger with WWE. So how does that operate? For starters, the report claims that Shahid and Tony Khan do not intend to purchase the entire business outright but rather to collaborate with a media company in order to share the intellectual property. 

The report comes in the wake of rumours that Vince McMahon had sold WWE to the Saudi Arabia Public Investment Fund. Perhaps it was a litmus test to see the overall reaction, as Ariel Helwani of MMA Fighting and CNBC later reported that the rumours of the sale to Saudi Arabia were “never true to begin with.” Nevertheless, the entire story continues to get more interesting.

Sheena Bhandari is a Pro Wrestling Editor and enthusiast, working here at Clout News.