1. Deteriorating House Show Attendance Numbers
House shows (or as the WWE likes to refer to them as, “Live events”) have taken afair hit in recent years. Many reasons donate to the poor turnout, such as not sufficient publicity and little star power present at the event. The publicity for the WWE’s upcoming live occasion in my hometown of Montreal has been quite unfortunate. Besides from some marketing during Raw or Smackdown, there actually hasn’t been any other form of thrill getting people to attend this show. These reasons were apparent in 2014, when the WWE portrayed some crowds of 2,000 fans in towns like Glens Falls and Kalamazoo. In 2014, it was said that the typical number of appearance during live events in the US and Canada was a slightly over 4,800 per show. This is enormously challenging due to the point that more than half of WWE’s live shows per year are house show-type events. Marketing and star power need to get healthier in order for the WWE to recover from this condition.