WWE Sets New Record Following Money In The Bank 2024

WWE Sets New Record Following Money In The Bank 2024 WWE

Following another successful premium live event, WWE has set a new live gate record for Money In The Bank in Toronto.

On July 6, WWE held their Money In The Bank 2024 event from Toronto’s Scotiabank Arena.

The show featured Drew McIntyre and Tiffany Stratton winning the Men’s and Women’s briefcases. Later in the show, McIntyre cashed in on the World Heavyweight Title match where CM Punk cost him and Seth Rollins the match to Damian Priest.

On July 8, WWE sent out a press release that revealed the company had set a live gate record for Canada with the Money In The Bank PLE. The press release reads:

STAMFORD, Conn., July 8, 2024 – WWE®, part of TKO Group Holdings (NYSE: TKO), today announced that Money In The Bank 2024, which featured the surprise announcement of WWE Superstar John Cena’s retirement in 2025, became the highest-grossing WWE arena event in Canada in company history.

In addition to the record-setting weekend, WrestleMania XL: Behind the Curtain has amassed more than 2.3 million total viewers since its July 3 debut on WWE’s YouTube channel. The documentary takes viewers behind the scenes of the chaotic build to WrestleMania XL and features interviews with Dwayne Johnson, Cody Rhodes, Roman Reigns, Seth Rollins and WWE Chief Content Officer Paul Levesque.

“Weekends that bring visitors en masse to our host cities play an important part in our planning process,” said WWE President Nick Khan. “The results are a testament to our Superstars, our creative team led by Paul Levesque, our media & production team led by Lee Fitting and, most importantly, our fans who both attended and created our massive viewership.”

Money In The Bank highlights include:

    • GATE: Money In The Bank 2024 became the highest-grossing WWE arena event in Canada in company history.
    • ATTENDANCE: More than 45,000 fans attended the four events running Thursday to Sunday, including the debut of WWE Superstar Sami Zayn’s comedy show, Sami Zayn & Friends Do Toronto, in addition to Friday Night SmackDownMoney In The Bank and NXT Heatwave at Scotiabank Arena.
    • VIEWERSHIP: Saturday’s show became the most-watched Money In The Bank of all time, with viewership up 46 percent from last year’s record-setting number.
    • JOHN CENA: WWE Superstar John Cena made international news with his announcement that he will retire from in-ring action following The Last Time Is Now John Cena Farewell Tour in 2025.
    • MERCHANDISE: In partnership with Fanatics, merchandise sales were up from last year’s record-setting number, with the Canadian-themed Money In The Bank briefcase grabbing the top spot as the best-selling item of the weekend.
    • FAN HOSPITALITY: Money In The Bank weekend set a revenue record for fan experience packages offered by exclusive partner On Location.
    • SOCIAL: Cena’s retirement announcement amassed more than 65 million social media views in the first 24 hours, making it WWE’s most-viewed social segment since WrestleMania XL.

The company also held the NXT Heatwave event from the same building on July 7. The show featured Ethan Page winning the NXT Championship in a four-way match with Trick Williams, Je’Von Evans and Shawn Spears.

Page has commented on his NXT Championship win, which you can read here.

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