That’s a big partnership. WWE is the biggest wrestling promotion in the world and has been for a very long time now. No other wrestling company is anywhere close to what WWE is doing at the moment and it makes sense for other companies outside of WWE to want in on it. Now one of the biggest entertainment companies in the world is going to be doing some business with WWE.
According to PWInsider.com, the WWE Network will be available on Disney+ in the Philippines beginning on November 17. The agreement will include live events and archived content, plus material from the Star brand, which is similar to Hulu in the United States. There is currently nothing to suggest that Disney and WWE will be working together elsewhere in the near future.
Opinion: This is something that doesn’t mean much in the United States or to most of the world, but anything involving WWE working with a company like Disney is a huge deal. That isn’t a partnership you get to see every day and it would not surprise me to see WWE hype it up quite a bit if they are given the chance. Disney is about as big as you get in entertainment and WWE teaming with them would mean a lot for the latter.
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