Paul Heyman unhappy with WWE?
Last Thursday saw WWE disclosing its fourth quarter and full year financial results for the year 2014.According to the report, the most sought after and shipped video title from last nine months was WrestleMania 30 (158,000) followed by WWE Slam City(100,000).The Ultimate Warrior: The Ultimate Collection (94000) remained the third shipped video which was further followed by The Best ofSting (73,000) and WCW’s Greatest Pay-Per-View Matches, Vol. 1 (53,000).
Well last year in April, Paul Heyman had also released a blueray DVD, Ladies and Gentlemen, My Name is Paul Heyman and clearly the DVD failed to make it to the top five list of the most sought after videos. Grahame Herbert who is a writer for WhatCulture.com tweeted Heyman about this.And now Heyman is blaming the WWE for deficient sales and failure of his DVD.
“Nothing to do with the audience,”Heyman replied to Herbert for who tweeted “says lot about audience” regarding the WWE releasing Slam City DVD in vast quantities.
Heyman continued to talk about the deficient sale of his video, “The DVD was dramatically underestimated and under shipped. Once stores like Best Buy sold out, they were never replenished. Hundreds of complaints on this very timeline. They underestimated and then never addressed the “discovered” demand. On this issue, I cannot ADVOCATE any defense 4 them. Missed opportunity. Happens in every company. Happened in this one.”