Several WWE PPV Buyrates For This Year Revealed



For those keeping track of pay-per views buys for WWE, here are some new numbers for this year:

-WWE “Money In The Bank” drew 165,000 buys, down from the 267,000 buys the “Night Of Champions” PPV drew in the same month last year.

-WWE “SummerSlam” drew 350,000 buys, down slightly from the 369,000 buys the “SummerSlam” event drew last year.

-WWE “Night Of Champions” drew 165,000 buys, down slightly from the 169,000 buys the “Breaking Point” PPV drew last year.



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