WWE Stock Hits New 52-Week Low, Rhodes Explains Why He Doesn’t Use Twitter

— Shares of WWE stock closed at $9.39 per share on Friday, hitting a new 52-week low for the third consecutive day. WWE’s stock price closed at $10.01 per share Tuesday before sliding 6.2 percent over the course of three days.



WWE stock traded as low as $9.33 per share on Friday before closing at $9.39 per share.

WWE’s stock price has continuously plummeted since the organization announced in April that their dividend price would be slashed. One year ago, WWE stock was valued at approximately $16 per share.

— SmackDown Superstar Cody Rhodes explained in an interview with WWE Magazine why he does not use the social networking site Twitter.

“I don’t want to give followers or adversaries insight into who I am. I’m thinking of having my next T-shirt read, “Cody Rhodes” on the front and, “Not On The Internet” on the back. I think Twitter is ridiculous,” Rhodes said.

“If you have time to Tweet about what you’re eating, I don’t think you’re working hard enough. I may be a workaholic—and I know I’ve been accused of that before—but I can’t see myself Tweeting to members of the WWE Universe about how I wanted my eggs over easy and they came scrambled instead. I’ll go on the record: The day Tom Hanks gets a Twitter account is the day I’ll get a Twitter account.”

The magazine editor then notes that Tom Hanks does have a Twitter account.

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