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> Hi Scott,
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> I recently cut the cable cord (saving myself $190 in the process) and I was thinking:
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> UFC has a channel on Roku boxes that can be downloaded. For a yearly fee of $59.99, you can stream live HD PPV's at a cost of $44.95. That's $20 less than my cable company offered. It also gives me access to a rich library of fights and events that I may not normally watch.
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> WWE put an app on my smart tv, that also allows me to stream PPV's at the same price, however, there's nothing else. I downloaded the app, thinking it may be similar to their mobile app, and it's not. It just offers the PPV poser, cost & countdown clock to the next event (that I'm not buying)
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> Why doesn't WWE give us access to 24/7 via their app a la UFC. In the very least design an app that would provide me content like their on-line subscribers see. I have a hulu plus account, so I can watch the condensed versions of Raw, Smackdown etc. if I wish. It just doesn't make sense that they want to devote a whole network to cable tv (one you would have to pay extra for) when people are starting to get out of the cable age. A fine idea.  Someone should ask Joey Styles on Twitter.