Dish Network Issues Another Statement About Dropping WWE PPVs

On Wednesday, WWE issued the following statement in response to Dish Network dropping all WWE pay-per-view events, including Sunday’s Elimination Chamber:

“WWE is pleased that the majority of our cable and satellite Pay-Per-View distributors are giving our fans an option to purchase traditional Pay-Per-Views as we prepare to launch WWE Network on Monday, February 24. Unfortunately, DISH will not be doing so. We hope DISH will reconsider for this Sunday‚Äôs Elimination Chamber Pay-Per-View event and especially for WrestleMania 30.”

In response to a customer who emailed Dish Network about why they are dropping WWE pay-per-views, they responded:

“WWE has chosen to launch a 24/7 online network, without its TV partners, that includes all of its pay-per-view events. As WWE enters the increasingly fragmented media world by themselves, DISH will continue to consider the value of WWE pay-per-view on an event by event basis.

“DISH continues to provide a variety of WWE programming, including WWE Raw on USA, WWE Smackdown on Syfy, WWE Main Event on Ion and WWE Total Divas on E!. At this time, WWE pay-per-view events are not available on DISH.”

* Huge CLIFFHANGER Planned For Monday’s RAW & Two Legends Returning

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