WWE Touts Record-Breaking Money In The Bank 2024

Drew McIntyre celebrates at WWE Money In The Bank

Money In The Bank gave WWE another huge boost.

WWE Money In The Bank has been established as a fan favourite event for years, and the 2024 edition played host to several more memorable moments.

Drew McIntyre claimed the men’s briefcase, before unsuccessfully cashing in later in the night, thanks to CM Punk. Meanwhile, Tiffany Stratton won the women’s Money In The Bank Ladder Match, thanks to launching Chelsea Green from the top of a ladder through two tables.

There was also the small matter of John Cena announcing his retirement.

WWE Money In The Bank Breaks Company Records

In a new press release, WWE announced the event broke several records, building on the success of the previous year.

You can find the press release below.

STAMFORD, Conn., July 8, 2024 – WWE®, part of TKO Group Holdings (NYSE: TKO), today announced that Money In The Bank 2024, which featured the surprise announcement of WWE Superstar John Cena’s retirement in 2025, became the highest-grossing WWE arena event in Canada in company history.

In addition to the record-setting weekend, WrestleMania XL: Behind the Curtain has amassed more than 2.3 million total viewers since its July 3 debut on WWE’s YouTube channel. The documentary takes viewers behind the scenes of the chaotic build to WrestleMania XL and features interviews with Dwayne Johnson, Cody Rhodes, Roman Reigns, Seth Rollins and WWE Chief Content Officer Paul Levesque.

“Weekends that bring visitors en masse to our host cities play an important part in our planning process,” said WWE President Nick Khan. “The results are a testament to our Superstars, our creative team led by Paul Levesque, our media & production team led by Lee Fitting and, most importantly, our fans who both attended and created our massive viewership.”

Money In The Bank highlights include:

  • GATE: Money In The Bank 2024 became the highest-grossing WWE arena event in Canada in company history.
  • ATTENDANCE: More than 45,000 fans attended the four events running Thursday to Sunday, including the debut of WWE Superstar Sami Zayn’s comedy show, Sami Zayn & Friends Do Toronto, in addition to Friday Night SmackDown, Money In The Bank and NXT Heatwave at Scotiabank Arena.
  • VIEWERSHIP: Saturday’s show became the most-watched Money In The Bank of all time, with viewership up 46 percent from last year’s record-setting number.
  • JOHN CENA: WWE Superstar John Cena made international news with his announcement that he will retire from in-ring action following The Last Time Is Now John Cena Farewell Tour in 2025.
  • MERCHANDISE: In partnership with Fanatics, merchandise sales were up from last year’s record-setting number, with the Canadian-themed Money In The Bank briefcase grabbing the top spot as the best-selling item of the weekend.
  • FAN HOSPITALITY: Money In The Bank weekend set a revenue record for fan experience packages offered by exclusive partner On Location.
  • SOCIAL: Cena’s retirement announcement amassed more than 65 million social media views in the first 24 hours, making it WWE’s most-viewed social segment since WrestleMania XL.

On the eve of Money In The Bank, WWE announced the return of Bad Blood on October 5th in Atlanta, Georgia. In 1997, the event played host to the first-ever Hell In A Cell match between The Undertaker and Shawn Michaels. The match famously ended with the debut of Kane.