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WWE 24/7 on Comcast

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Dear Comcast, You may not realize this, but wrestling fans make up a large portion of your demographic. We watch World Wrestling Entertainment and Total Nonstop Action, we watch the channels these companies are on, and we order their pay-per-views. In October 2004, World Wrestling Entertainment launched a new Subscription Video On Demand Service titled \"WWE 24/7\", which airs vintage wrestling footage that can only be seen on this service, period. \"Old School\", or classic, wrestling, has a tremendous fan base in both North America and the rest of the world. There are thousands clamoring for this service, and so far we have been met with polite rejection and disregard. No more, we say. We have a voice, and we will be heard. We, the undersigned, demand that Comcast offer WWE 24/7 as a standard offering on all Comcast Digital Cable System Providers. While remaining polite, we, simply put, would like to have a hand in what OUR cable providers offer. We understand there is an extra fee of approximately $7 per month for WWE 24/7, and the undersigned are willing and agreeable to this fair price. We do not care what must take place. We demand WWE 24/7 be offered to all Comcast Digital Cable subscribers as soon as possible. Sincerely, The Undersigned

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    Mikael Augustsson Sweden
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    iopoi ipljp United States
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    raymond guerrero United States
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    Jason McFall United States
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    Jack Moses United States
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    Steve Gerstenbrand United States
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    Eric Simmelink United States
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    Brett Townsend Australia
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    Josh Sharp Australia
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    Christopher Lamonica United States
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    Lenord Brown United States
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    Danny Kilmer United States
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    William Matz United States
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