Money In The Bank PPV Buyrate Up Over 60% From 2010



With CM Punk emerging as the breakout star of 2011 – there has been a lot of talk about how Punk and« John Cena’s big match at the Money in the Bank pay-per-view would deliver with customers. Aside from being one of the top merchandise sellers for WWE in recent months – Punk can add “ability to sell PPVs’” to his resume.

According to the latest numbers released to WWE stockholders, July’s Money in the Bank pay-per-view did over 265,000 worldwide buys – up a staggering 100,000 buys (60%) from 2010′s MITB event.

Money in the Bank is now the 3rd top grossing PPV of the year, behind WrestleMania 27 and the Royal Rumble.



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