Lets face it, the WWE Network is a bust! WWE's most ambitious project in decades (possibly ever) has failed to attract the number of subscribers necessary to justify its existence. It has cost WWE millions of dollars, p***ed off long time business partners who themselves lost money, made Vince and Co. look like idiots from a PR standpoint and the constant plugging of the network has lead to some of the most desperate and groan inducing television WWE has produced in years. Now if you do subscribe to the WWE Network, then no doubt, you get your moneys' worth. The amount of content you receive for only - well you all know how much it costs - is more than any wrestling fan can watch in a lifetime. And that's great! But that's also part of the problem. There's too much wrestling available. That may sound strange, but even the most diehard wrestling fans will admit that too much wrestling in one sitting can be draining. WWE are offering thousands of hours of wrestling to fans whose appetites are probably satisfied just by watching Raw and Smackdown. So fans aren't buying the network. And Vince McMahon has some serious egg on his face. But the Network has hurt far more than WWE. Here we look at several victims, inside and outside of WWE who will forever rue the day WWE decided to take this catastrophic gamble.