Pay-Per-View Buyrates For SummerSlam, Money In The Bank & Night Of Champions



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During Thursday’s WWE investor meeting where they reported Q3 2012 financial results, WWE announced that PPV revenues were $16.3 million for the three events held in the quarter. This is up from $15.8 million earned in Q3 2011. Here’s a breakdown:

- WWE Money In The Bank (July): 188,000 buys, down from the 195,000 buys in 2011.

- WWE SummerSlam (August): 358,000 buys, way up from 296,000 buys in 2011. The show drew 296,000 buys in 2011, 350,000 buys in 2010, and 369,000 buys in 2009.

- WWE Night Of Champions (September): 189,000 buys, up from 161,000 buys in 2011.

We’ll have more of WWE’s Q3 2012 financial results up this afternoon, so stay tuned.



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