Source: PWInsider EliteIt's no secret that several traditional pay-per-view providers have been worried about losing WWE's pay-per-view business now that the WWE Network has launched.
In Demand officials are reportedly very worried about losing WWE's pay-per-view business due to the Network and have been thinking of ways to make up for the potential loss.
In Demand has reached out to a number of pro wrestling event producers and some indie/TV promotions that have never been on pay-per-view before, with the idea of bringing in new content, that would air taped and live, to In Demand.
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