— The Wall Street Journal has a story about going on a tour of Mick Foley’s 4,100 square ft home in Long Island. The Foleys bought it for $1.1 million in 2011.
— FOX News has a story with author Diane Falzone looking at WWE’s recent ratings decrease. She spoke about WWE’s “writer’s block” and if the ratings dropping were due to weaker storylines. She said that RAW “has declined by 50% since 2015.”
One source notes that the number was exaggerated and compared the highest rated RAW of the year (post Wrestlemania 31, 3.68 rating with 5.267 million viewers) and compared it to last week’s record-low (2.21 rating with 2.7 million viewers), which is only a 41% drop in ratings and a 49% drop in audience. However, the audience for that episode is higher than any other show this year. The average audience was around 3.8 million before football season and around 3 million since, a drop of 21%. Without the post-Mania show, it’s a 19% drop.