Money In The Bank 2023 Sets Huge WWE Record

Money In The Bank 2023 Sets Huge WWE Record WWE

WWE Money in the Bank 2023 set a huge company record, as did this week’s edition of Friday Night SmackDown.

Both the June 30 SmackDown episode and the July 1 WWE premium live event emanated from the O2 Arena in London, England.

Both shows were eventful, with passionate UK fans filling the arena on both nights.

During the post-show press conference, Triple H revealed that Money in the Bank 2023 was the highest-grossing arena show in WWE history.

Triple H didn’t specify how much WWE brought in, but this would mean that the show earned more than any other WWE event to take place in an indoor arena.

The Chief Content Officer also revealed that the previous night’s edition of SmackDown was the highest-grossing SmackDown in WWE history.

He did state that over 37,000 fans were in attendance at the O2 Arena across both nights, noting that WWE is proud of the success of SmackDown and Money in the Bank.

As far as attendance figures go, WrestleTix previously reported that 17,617 tickets had been distributed for the sold out Money in the Bank event.

The premium live event was certainly eventful, with Jey Uso pinning Roman Reigns in the Usos vs Reigns & Solo Sikoa Bloodline Civil War.

This marked Reigns’ first pinfall loss since December 2019.

Stay up to date with WWE win/loss records for 2023 using our tracker right here.

Via Fightful

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3 months ago by Sanchez Taylor


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