Popular YouTube channel Title Match Wrestling Network put out a statement announcing that YouTube has Demonetized its channel over "reused content."
Title Match Wrestling recently his 300,000 subs and is home to the Ladies Night Out events along with interviews and clips from other promotions. When a channel is labeled for demonetization, YouTube stops running revenue-generating ads on the videos, virtually guaranteeing the creators won’t be getting paid for their work. In the case of Title Match Wrestling, this means wrestlers and those behind the scenes won't get paid.
“We’re just disappointed. This decision from YouTube is devastating to all the amazing women featured on our Ladies Night Out events, as well at the countless talents behind the camera who have worked tirelessly to make Title Match Wrestling a success.”
GOOD: we just hit 300K subs @YouTube--— TitleMatchNetwork.com (@TitleMatchWN) June 6, 2019
BAD: @TeamYouTube demonetized our entire channel for "reused content"--
RT & spread the word! @YTCreators Please can you help?
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Title Match Wrestling Network was founded on YouTube in January 2010 and as of this writing has 96,631,981 views on their channel.