WWE shares plummeted Fri, closing down more than 43% following its announcement of a renewed rights deal with NBCU. The company will host a conference call Mon to discuss the 2014 and 2015 business outlook. WWE said it believes it can double or triple OIBDA results to a range of $125mln to $190mln by ’15. But investors are spooked by analyst estimates on how much the NBCU deal is worth and WWE’s need for 1.3-1.4mln subs to its OTT channel to offset PPV losses. Last month, WWE said it had more than 667K subs, short of the million or so investors wanted.