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YouTube Policy Changes Affect Wrestling Shorts Channel That Produces WWE Parody Videos

May 28, 2017 | Posted by Jeffrey Harris

Wrestlezone.com reports that YouTube’s recent ad sharing and revenue policy changes is causing problems for pro wrestling-themed content channels on the streaming video site. One such channel that is experiencing issues now is the Wrestling Shorts channel, which has 42,000 subscribers and a total of over 2.7 million views.

According to the artist who runs the channel, which produces wrestling-themed parody videos, YouTube’s recent policy changes the channel’s videos are earning a lot less revenue, despite getting a significant amount of page views. The channel also posted the following tweet:

The channel has also started a Patreon page to try and offset some of the revenue losses due to the YouTube changes. You can also check out one of the channel’s videos below.

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