The WWE Money in the Bank Premium Live Event will be taking place in the United Kingdom for the first time on Saturday, July 1st, as it will be held at the famous O2 Arena. Now it seems the general sale for the event sold out in just one minute.
The seating plan for WWE Money in the Bank event, scheduled for Saturday, July 1st in London, has exposed the absence of a typical feature found in most WWE events. In fact, the presentation for the event has already been revealed.
The Daily Mail’s Alex McCarthy reports that WWE has reported that the premium live event’s general sale tickets were sold out within a minute. At one point, more than 30,000 fans were in the queue on Ticketmaster, attempting to secure their spots.
Although it is claimed to be a sell-out, single holds and premium tickets are expected to be made available in the upcoming weeks. Last month, WWE made an announcement that Money in the Bank would be held in the United Kingdom for the first time ever, on July 1. However, some fans were taken aback by the decision to use a 20,000-capacity arena, particularly after the success of Clash at the Castle, which was held at the Principality Stadium in September 2022.
The previous Money in the Bank premium live event experienced a venue change from the Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada to the MGM Grand Garden Arena. WWE did not provide any explanation for this alteration, leaving fans to wonder about the reason for the downgrade.
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