The World Wrestling Entertainment wants more children to enter a WWE ring. The WWE soon plans on launching “WWEKidz” magazine along with a new website:
The new magazine will be aimed directly at children ages from 6 – 14 and the first issue will be released on newstands everywhere April 15th.
The WWE continues to draw an audience of mostly young children and little toddlers to this day. It is the reason that the WWE brought in a midget adult character, Hornswoggle (pictured above) to the WWE to entertain the children who still watches WWE. Children also seems to be fans of wrestlers such as John Cena, Rey Mysterio, The Undertaker, and Jeff Hardy. And of course, Triple H as well.
The WWE plans on settling down the storylines so they can be more family and children oriented. Over the years, the WWE had concentrated on storylines aimed at the adults, now they want to concentrate on the children who still watch WWE.
If there is one thing that WWE could improve to get huge again is make storylines children and family oriented. Some of the violence and “sex” in WWE storylines are not at all for children but kids still watch WWE anyways.
I was a little child when I first watched WWF/WWE for the first time and still watch WWE to this day. Watched WWE my entire life. I grew up on wrestling. It’s a good thing WWE is doing finally.