Triple H Thanks WWE Fans After Reaching Incredible Milestone (VIDEO)

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Triple H has thanked WWE fans for their incredible support as the company reached a special milestone on YouTube.

It has been announced by WWE that their YouTube channel has reached 100 million subscribers. While reaching a number with a lot of zeroes sounds great, it is also significant because there are only ten channels on all of YouTube that have hit the 100 million subscriber number.

In an article on their website, WWE credited The Rock’s return to the company as a factor in the channel’s growth.

“WWE, part of TKO Group Holdings, today surpassed 100 million subscribers on its official YouTube channel, becoming one of only 10 channels worldwide to achieve the milestone.

The return of Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson has helped supercharge the channel’s subscriber total in recent months, highlighted by the WrestleMania XL Kickoff event in Las Vegas on Feb. 8, which added more than 100,000 subscribers in a day. Every segment featuring “The Rock” since his surprise SmackDown return on Sept. 15, 2023, has drawn more than one million views. Prior to The Rock’s return to WWE television in September, the company was tracking to reach the 100 million subscriber milestone in late April.

With more than 100 million subscribers and 81 billion lifetime views, WWE is the largest sports channel on YouTube and No. 10 overall. The new subscriber total is more than the NBA, NFL, MLB and NHL combined.

An early adopter of the platform, WWE joined YouTube in 2007 and has since created and curated exclusive and original content to super serve the WWE Universe. Today, the channel combines premiere in-ring action highlights from Raw, SmackDown, NXT and premium live events, archival premium live event footage, exclusive interviews and content featuring Superstars, weekly episodes of WWE’s The Bump, post-event press conferences and more.

Much of WWE’s success on the platform is owed to original programming created specifically for YouTube. Productions such as WWE Playback, where Superstars rewatch classic matches; WWE Now, a news series covering all things WWE; and popular highlight compilations like WWE Top 10 and WWE Playlist have driven massive growth for the channel.”

The Rock And Triple H Thank WWE Fans

Two of the biggest names in WWE history are celebrating the incredible YouTube numbers that WWE has achieved. Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson posted a video on Twitter/X about it.

In a video posted on Twitter/X, WWE’s Chief Content Officer Paul “Triple H” Levesque revealed the Red Diamond Award that YouTube sends the rare accounts that reach the 100 million subscriber status.

Triple H also thanked the WWE roster, staff and crew that the fans may not see at home. Hunter also thanked the WWE Universe for their support.

The Rock is set to appear on the March 8th edition of WWE Smackdown in Dallas along with the rest of The Bloodline, plus Cody Rhodes and the World Heavyweight Champion Seth “Freakin” Rollins too.