Wrestling

World Wrestling Entertainment has appointed Claudine Lilien, a long-time executive at media group Fox, as senior vice-president and head of global sales and partnerships

President and CRO Khan predicts partner NBC Sports will not renew NHL deal

Commercial broadcaster MTV Oy has secured rights in Finland for WWE's weekly shows

Dutch media company Talpa Network has reached an agreement to broadcast WWE's weekly flagship programmes Raw and SmackDown in the Netherlands

Agreement arrives in advance of WrestleMania 37 next month

US wrestling promotion WWE will receive coverage through an Irish broadcast platform for the first time after agreeing a deal with Virgin Media, the telecoms operator, commercial and pay-television broadcaster

Mars Wrigley chocolate brand Snickers will become the presenting partner of WrestleMania for the sixth consecutive year.

Baltic media group TV3 has agreed a ‘multi-year’ rights deal with World Wresting Entertainment.

Pay-television broadcaster StarTimes has acquired rights in sub-Saharan Africa to content from the Impact Wrestling promotion

Sports streaming service FloSports has acquired wrestling event management platform Trackwrestling from NBC Sports Group subsidiary SportsEngine, including all of the company’s assets and existing broadcast r…

United World Wrestling (UWW) has moved to switch the hosting rights to its 2022 and 2023 Senior World Championships in order to fall in-line with the Court of Arbitration for Sport’s (CAS) ruling on t…

Company stock still tumbles following misses from analyst expectations

US promotion Impact Wrestling has announced that its UK and Ireland broadcast model will switch to streaming via Facebook and YouTube, as of this week

American wireless service provider Cricket Wireless will become a co-presenting sponsor of Royal Rumble this weekend as part of a multiyear partnership extension with World Wrestling Entertainment.

WWE will continue to fully own and operate streaming product outside of the US

Comcast expands long-running relationship with WWE through streaming product

World Wrestling Entertainment has relocated the upcoming WrestleMania 37 from Los Angeles' SoFi Stadium to Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida, to ensure fan attendance