WWE Insider Leaking Pay-Per-View Spoilers Online?, SmackDown Viewership News For Friday

WWE Insider Leaking Pay-Per-View Spoilers Online?, SmackDown Viewership News For Friday Photo: Nicole (@nicole_rose_54)
- Friday's episode of WWE SmackDown drew 2.275 million viewers for an 0.6 cable rating in the adults 18-49 demographic. SmackDown was the highest rated cable show for Friday night.

- Deadspin has an article up today about a Reddit user who has correctly predicted the results of WWE Elimination Chamber, WrestleMania 29, Extreme Rules, Payback and Money in the Bank.

There has been talk on wrestling message boards about the user for a few months now with fans speculating that he works for WWE. The user, Dolphins1925, claims that he doesn't work for WWE but gets inside information from someone in the know. Apparently they're looking to expose leaks within WWE management and embarrass them.

The other talk online is that some fans have taken advantage of the spoilers and started to bet on the match outcomes, as more online betting sites are allowing bets on WWE. Before last night's Money in the Bank pay-per-view, odds for Damien Sandow winning the ladder match on one betting site went up out of nowhere.

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