Friday, July 02, 2021

All Elite Wrestling viewership and rating in the 18-49 demo over the last year:

 



July 1, 2020: 748,000 / .29

July 8: 715,000 / .28

July 15: 788,000 / .29

July 22: 845,000 / .32

July 29: 773,000 / .30

Aug. 5: 901,000 / .36

Aug. 12: 792,000 / .32

Aug. 22: 755,000 / .31

Aug. 27: 813,000 / .29

Sept. 2: 928,000 / .36

Sept. 9: 1.02 million / .37

Sept. 16: 886,000 / .34

Sept. 23: 835,000 / .32

Sept. 30: 866,000 / .33

Oct. 7: 753,000 / .31

Oct. 14: 826,000 / .30

Oct. 21: 753,000 / .30

Oct. 28: 781,000 / .32

Nov. 4: 717,000 / .30

Nov. 11: 764,000 /.30

Nov. 18: 850,000 / .37

Nov. 25: 710,000 / .26

Dec. 2: 913,000 / .42

Dec. 9: 995,000 / .45

Dec. 16: 806,000 / .32

Dec. 23: 775,000 / .32

Dec. 30: 977,000 / .40

Jan. 6, 2021: 662,000 / .25

Jan. 13: 762,000 / .30

Jan. 20: 854,000 / .36

Jan. 27: 734,000 / .29

Feb. 3: 844,000 / .32

Feb. 10: 741,000 / .29

Feb. 17: 747,000 / .31

Feb. 24: 831,000 / .35

Mar. 3: 934,000 / .33

Mar. 10: 743,000 / .32

Mar. 17: 768,000 / .28

Mar. 24: 757,000 / .30

Mar. 31: 700,000 / .26

Apr. 7: 688,000 / .28

Apr. 14: 1,219,000 / .44

Apr. 21: 1,104,000 / .37

Apr. 28: 889,000 / .33

May 5: 1,090,000 / .42

May 12: 936,000 / .31

May 19: 821,000 / .28

May 28: 526,000 / .20

June 4: 462,000 / .19

June 11: 487,000 / .19

June 18: 551,000 / .20

June 26: 649,000 / .21

June 30: 883,000 / .35

Monday, May 03, 2021

Sports Models via Media Man Group: Alexa Towersey (Action Alexa) wins Media Man 'Sports Model Of The Month'

Sports Models via Media Man Group: Alexa Towersey (Action Alexa) wins Media Man 'Sports Model Of The Month'



Australian Sports Entertainment website updated

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Sports betting and Fantasy Sports advertising, publicity and media opportunities available via Media Man Int, Media Man Australia and Australian Sports Entertainment

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Australian Sports Entertainment website: Advertising, Publicity, Promotions and News Coverage Opportunities

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Interview: 'Diamond' Dallas Page. Founder of DDP Yoga and professional wrestling legend

Interview: 'Diamond' Dallas Page. Founder of DDP Yoga and professional wrestling legend



Interviews with leading Australian and international business leaders and entrepreneurs

Interviews with leading Australian and international business leaders and entrepreneurs



Interview: Kasia Jamieson (Bikini Chef) - February 2021

Interview: Kasia Jamieson (Bikini Chef) - February 2021



Interview: Miss World Australia runner-up

Interview: Miss World Australia runner-up



Interview: Alexa Towersey (Action Alexa). Coach, 98 Gym

Interview: Alexa Towersey (Action Alexa). Coach, 98 Gym



Former WWE Star Becomes Cryptocurrency Executive - 28th April 2021

 


Summer Rae is getting into a new line of work. As transcribed by Inside the Ropes, the former WWE star, real name Danielle Moinet, is joining Cornerstone Global Management LLC, a cryptocurrency company. In a press release, it was stated she will be their new Director of Marketing and Social Engagement.

The move isn’t entirely out of left field for Rae. A graduate of East Carolina University, her degree was in Business, with a major emphasis when it comes to marketing. Cornerstone Global touted her combined 2.7 million followers between Twitter and Instagram and she is expected to play a leading role for the company heading into the Bitcoin 2021 conference.

Rae signed with WWE in November of 2011 after a career in the Lingerie Football League. She found success in NXT as part of the BFF’s with Sasha Banks before being called up to the main roster as the dancer/girlfriend of Fandango. A later storyline would see her align with Rusev (AEW’s Miro) in his feud with former manager Lana and her new boyfriend Dolph Ziggler.

After breaking up with Rusev, Rae formed a partnership with Tyler Breeze, though they too would go their separate ways only months later. She would continue to wrestle through July of 2016 before being sidelined with injuries. Ultimately she never returned to action in WWE, being released in September of 2017.

Under her real name Rae made a comeback in 2018, appearing at an event for Battle Championship Wrestling in Australia. Her last wrestling appearance to date was also for BCW in 2019, where she took on Mortar and Impact star Tenille Dashwood in a triple threat match.

(WrestlingInc.com)