WWE’s Top Moments Of 2012, Tribute To The Troops Special


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— As noted earlier here on the website, Saturday night’s 12/22 airing of WWE Tribute to the Troops on NBC drew 1.31 million viewers. This was a one-hour version of the show that aired earlier in the week on cable on the USA Network. It placed NBC last overall behind CBS, FOX and ABC. It is also a big drop from last year’s 2011 show on NBC that drew 2.1 million viewers. The final rating will be out shortly.

— WWE has confirmed that early estimates have the 11/18 Survivor Series PPV drawing 212,000 buys. This is already down from the 281,000 buys the show drew last year. WWE will be releasing final numbers in the 2012 fourth quarter earnings.

WWE.com is featuring a new list of the top 50 moments in WWE of 2012. The list includes the return of Ric Flair, the debut of YouTube pre-show events, Brock Lesnar returning to WWE, Sheamus winning the Royal Rumble and more.

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