Over 43,000 tickets sold in total for Money in the Bank weekend in Toronto

WWE will have three back-to-back-to-back shows at the Scotiabank Arena in Toronto starting tonight with Friday Night Smackdown.

The shows continue tomorrow with Money In The Bank and then Sunday with NXT Heatwave before the company heads to Ottawa for Raw on Monday night.

Tonight’s Smackdown has over 16,000 tickets distributed already, making it one of the biggest Smackdowns of the year. Money In The Bank is the most-sold with over 17,000 already out and will be legit sold out by the time the show kicks off tomorrow. Sunday’s NXT Heatwave has over 10,000 distributed, which is fantastic for NXT considering their weekly TV is in front of less than 400 people.

With over 43,000 tickets sold in total, it will be another very, very successful weekend for WWE, a company which continues to smash record after record.

Their next premium live event, SummerSlam, has over 46,000 tickets already booked.

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Colin Vassallo has been editor of Wrestling-Online since 1996. He is born and raised in Malta, follows professional wrestling and MMA, loves to travel, and is a big Apple fan!

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