– According to the WWE’s latest business report, the 2008 No Way Out pay-per-view drew around 330,000 to 340,000 buys (they don’t reveal the actual figure, as it’s shown in graph form), substantially up from last year’s show, which drew around 200,000 buys featuring Cena & HBK vs. Batista & Undertaker, not to mention Mr. Kennedy vs. Bobby Lashley. Between the Royal Rumble and No Way Out, the company has garnered 942,000 pay-per-view buys in 2008. Through this time last year, WWE did 901,000 buys on three pay-per-view shows.
– Traffic to WWE.com continues to slide as the website is doing its worst numbers in teams of page views in at least two years. Through the first two months of 2008, the site has averaged 359 million page views on a monthly basis, the lowest number on the graph going back two years. The figure is down from Q4 in 2007, in which WWE.com did 401 million page views per month. Unique visitors is also at its worst number in two years. Through the end of February, the site averaged 15.2 million monthly unique visitors, its worst number since Q1 in 2006 when the site averaged 14.0 million month unique visitors. Since last spring, WWE.com has lost approximately a quarter of their audience. Q2 drew 20.3 million visitors, Q3 drew 17.2 million, Q4 drew 16.1 million, and through February, the site drew 15.2 million.
– Devin Cutting sent in the following… Travel packages for WrestleMania 25 are now available to the general public. Order forms must be filled out and returned to WWE before 11:59 PM (ET) on June 6th, 2008. To obtain copies of the order forms, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org