WWE Money In The Bank took place at the Performance Center, but the marquee match was recorded in Stamford. Twelve Superstars tore up the WWE Headquarters as they raced to the top of WWE’s famous HQ.
During Wrestling Observer Live, Bryan Alvarez read a report from a listener named Tim From Miami. This report detailed the extent of damage that those Superstars did to WWE HQ.
After calculating the data using extensive measures, it was determined that the possible damage evaluations were between $1,138 and $3,507.00. The goal was to figure out if WWE could have saved any jobs with the amount of money lost due to property damage. In the end, they didn’t come close to reaching that number.
The Superstars certainly didn’t do the kind of damage that most were expecting. A rowing workout machine was the most expensive item that they destroyed. All in all, WWE managed to get out of the situation without them breaking anything too expensive.
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