not every home has internet not everyone get strong enff Internet to stream this content. he said its up to each company to carry it if they don't want too then it's there 50% they are losing!
What's your definition of strong enough internet? The WWE Network uses dynamic bitrate streaming so it works with a connection as slow as 2G cellular. Even with satellite you can watch one PPV a month and barely make a dent in the cap at one of the lower bitrates. Of those actually affected, how many of those people are WWE fans, how many of them are WWE fans who order the PPVs instead of waiting 24 hours for Raw when most of the card from the night before fights eachother in rematches, how many of them would see the lack of PPVs a deal breaker? Of those how many subscribe to Dish? Is that number enough to justify the cost it takes to carry the PPVs?
And again, as has been stated several times, the cost to carry the PPVs is NOT free. There is a point where it would cost more to carry the PPVs than you would get back on the 50% cut. The real test will be after WrestleMania when we see the first post-network buy rate. Will iNDemand join in on DirecTV's previous threat? Will WWE see the combined threat and agree to lower the price of the PPVs to make it competitive? (i.e. lower the price of the PPVs so instead of the network costing the same as 2 PPVs, it will now cost the same as 4)
and I having not seen Dish or any other companying stopping people from bootlegging these PPV on there systems that why he took in house why share the profits if they aren't going to help him!
What do you mean? If you mean removing your phone line and lying about it so you can order PPVs without a call back, there is a limit before the receiver automatically disables the ability to order PPV until the next call back.
If you mean illegal streams, WWE is constantly on top of that. (It also helps that Michelle Beadle begs for sites to watch them for free on twitter and then posts an instagram of her watching said site)
If you mean file sharing, the WWE Network didn't stop it at all. Nearly EVERY classic PPV on the network appeared online within a week of the network launching, NXT Arrival appeared online within hours.