WWE has a lot of things going right now, and they seem to be on a roll. Breaking records is no new accomplishment now, but it appears one act is getting a lion’s share of the credit.

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Triple H revealed an impressive achievement that Money in the Bank at London’s O2 Arena was the highest-grossing arena event in WWE history. This accomplishment is truly remarkable, and the company is crediting one massive angle.

Over the course of the weekend, an astounding number of more than 37,000 fans flocked to the O2 Arena to attend WWE events surrounding Money in the Bank. While specific figures are not yet available due to the July 4th holiday, it is anticipated that records will be shattered in various aspects, including merchandise sales and other related areas.


We exclusively reported that there is no call within WWE to change the Bloodline’s creative direction. You may check out our exclusive to see all the names who know anything, or have any input, on the program.

Ringside News was also told that, “The Bloodline story is what carries the entire WWE and the ratings from Friday, the record-breaking gates both Friday and Saturday are just part of it.”

Those impressive numbers for WWE in the UK can be contributed to a lot of things. It seems that the company is going to give a big bouquet of flowers to the Bloodline, because they have captured so much interest from the WWE Universe.

The Bloodline is still going, but where would you take them next? Sound off in the comments to let us know what you’re thinking!

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