- It’s said that people who work on the WWE Network are always “walking on eggshells” because there is no real direction or strategy. One example is that employees were given the order to produce the “Cougar Countdown” special when Vickie Guerrero left in June but weren’t told about it until the last minute.
There are some people working 55-65 hours per week on the Network. There’s a feeling that some Network job cuts could be coming when the next Network subscribers announcement is made this Thursday.
We’ve noted before that very few people know exactly how the Network is performing. However, it was also said that unless there’s a live pay-per-view, live NXT special or a live episode of Main Event, there’s not really huge audiences watching the programs that are being shown.
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