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John Morrison Addresses Possible WWE Return, WWE Search Engine Shutting Down, WWE RAW Ratings & Social Media Score Down From Last Week

May 24, 2012   ·   0 Comments

- Swagbucks issued the following statement regarding WWE’s official search engine: “We regret to inform you that MyWWEsearch.com will be closing on June 15th. What does this mean for your current WWE Swag Bucks? Until June 15, 2012 the WWE Swag Store will remain active and we will be lowering the prices of all items in the store. After June 15th, all your WWE Swag Bucks will be redeemable at Swagbucks.com Swag Store where you can also continue to build your Swagbucks account. We are sorry for this sudden change, but will make sure that you still have the ability to earn and spend your Swag Bucks for the rewards you deserve.” (credit – Devin Cutting)

— Lance Storm, who placed No. 32 in WWE.com’s “Top 50 WCW Superstars” list, offered his thoughts on the feature via Twitter: “Don’t bother sending me the WCW Superstars list. I don’t care. Its one dude making a list, it means nothing.”

— Starship-Pained.com conducted a Q&A with John Morrison on Saturday at the Motor City Comic Con. Regarding a possible return to WWE, Morrison stated, “Yes. Maybe a year or so.”

— This week’s WWE RAW Supershow drew a 3.04 cable rating, up from 2.94 the week before.

The post-Over The Limit show averaged 4.16 million viewers, which is actually down from last week. The first hour averaged 4.17 million viewers and the second hour averaged 4.14 million.

RAW faced stiff competition from the NBA playoffs on Monday night, with the Thunder-Lakers game averaging 8.1 million viewers.

Comparing Monday’s RAW to the previous post-PPV show, this week’s rating and viewership were down sharply from the RAW that aired the night after Elimination Chamber.

— WWE RAW’s Trendrr.tv Social Media Score was 144,452 this week, up nearly 40,000 from the previous week. but down 14% compared to the yearly average. Raw ranked #3 on cable on Monday behind the two NBA play off games. The Thunder-Lakers game had a social media score over 1 million.

WWE issued an online survey asking fans if they would be interested in a daily live radio talk show hosted by a ‘popular radio personality’ and WWE Legend. The program would feature WWE news both in front of the camera and behind the scenes, exclusive interviews, call-in opportunities and more. The survey also asks fans whether they listen to podcasts.

What is your age?
Under 14
14-17
18-24
25-34
35-49
50 or older

What is your gender?
Male
Female

Please select the ways you listen to the radio. (Select all that apply)
Satellite Radio (i.e. SiriusXM Radio)
AM Radio
FM Radio
I don’t listen to radio at all

Imagine a live radio talk show produced by WWE and hosted by a popular radio personality and a WWE Legend. The daily show would feature the latest in WWE News both in front of the camera and behind the scenes, exclusive interviews with the hottest Superstars and Divas in WWE, unique recurring segments centered around the world of WWE, and give fans an opportunity to regularly call in to interact live with the hosts and guests.

How likely would you be to listen to this radio program on standard AM/FM radio?
Very likely
Somewhat likely
Neutral
Not very likely
Not at all likely

If the WWE radio program were only available as a free podcast on WWE.com, how likely would you be to listen?
Very likely
Somewhat likely
Neutral
Not very likely
Not at all likely

If the WWE radio program were only available as a free podcast on Apple iTunes, how likely would you be to listen?
Very likely
Somewhat likely
Neutral
Not very likely
Not at all likely

Do you currently listen to any podcasts?
Yes
No

How often do you listen to podcasts?
Every day
A few times per week
Once per week
A few times per month
Once per month
Less than once per month

Where do you listen to podcasts? (Select all that apply)
At home
In the car
At work or school
Other (please specify)

How do you listen to podcasts? (Select all that apply)
Download to a mobile device
Download to a computer
Online streaming to a computer
Online streaming to a mobile device
Other (please specify)

From the list below, please select the days/times you listen to podcasts during the average week (Select all that apply)
Weekday (6a – 10a)
Weekday (10a – 3p)
Weekday (3p – 7p)
Weekday (7p – Midnight)
Weekday (Midnight– 6a)
Weekend (6a – 10a)
Weekend (10a – 3p)
Weekend (3p – 7p)
Weekend (7p – Midnight)
Weekend (Midnight– 6a)

What type of podcasts do you generally listen to? (Select all that apply)
Comedy
News
Politics
Latin
Religion
Sports Talk
Music
Family/Health
Live Sports
Entertainment
Other (please specify)

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