WWE Money In The Bank left a lot of fans very happy, mostly for Liv Morgan. It featured many of the biggest stars from the main rosters and was full of twists and turns. However, it was believed that the pay-per-view wasn’t quite a massive success, until now.
Fightful reported behind their paywall that the event is considered a big success within WWE. Even though the event saw a significant venue change, WWE still thinks the event did great for itself. The venue for the event changed from Allegiant Stadium to MGM Grand Garden Arena.
The event was apparently up high among the list of previous Money in the Bank pay-per-views. The company is touting a few impressive numbers to show off how well they did.
WWE Money in The Bank saw a venue change from Allegiant to MGM Grand Garden Arena, but the event was still a big success.
WWE executives received an update, touting the following benchmarks for the event:
– The most-viewed WWE Money in the Bank event in history.
– The second highest gate in Money in the Bank history.
– Merchandise sales up 95 percent from the 2021 event, which is the highest in event history.
The Money in the Bank event saw a huge shift in power, as Liv Morgan came on top in the 6-women ladder match with the briefcase. She subsequently cashed it in on Ronda Rousey to become the SmackDown’s Women’s Champion. Of course, the night ended with Austin Theory upsetting everyone by robbing Matt Riddle to win the Men’s Money in the Bank ladder match, but at least the event made the company money.
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