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WWE Officials reportedly not happy with Mixed Match Challenge

Mixed Match Challenge

When WWE mixed match challenge web series was first announced a lot of people were curious about it. However, its popularity has decreased in no time.

While its first episode did good numbers garnering 135,600 views, the numbers dropped significantly in the second and the third week gaining only 91,900 and 62,400 views respectively.

According to Wrestling Observer, the Officials are unhappy about the major drops in viewership numbers and ‘key people’ in the company are apparently already sour on the tournament.

No word yet on what this means for the series but considering that there are 9 more episodes to go, it’d be interesting to see if the company will make any significant changes to the tournament to try and bring the audience up.

Have you watched WWE Mixed Match Challenge yet? Let us know your thoughts about the Facebook Watch series in comments.


  • Andrew Kloman

    It was a tournament no one asked for the investment is minimal.

  • Soulshroude

    IF the writer is going to use the term “in no time”, at least give it proper context”: No time at all, would be more relevant and easier to read.

    That, and not many people are interested in watching matches on “facebook” of all places. It’s a bad money making scheme.

  • CC

    That is not even the worst part of it. Its on FB first, and is only available in the USA. The rest of the world has to wait a couple of days to watch it on the network anyway

  • CC

    Just wait a couple of days and watch it on the network or watch it on one of the not so legal sites.
    It is not even available on FB outside USA, so thats how we have to watch it.

  • Raidertre

    Not sure why they’re surprised. Too much WWE programming.

  • Arnold Jackson

    The problem is that it gets shown on FB first. It would do a ton better, if it was shown live on the Network.

  • Brad Grillakis

    only on youtube and it’s meh

  • oppa

    I haven’t watched it, but then again it’s hard to sit through WWE programming in regular doses, not to mention adding more to it.

  • ROB-1.

    I have not watched it.