By: Nikhil Chauhan

WWE’s Revenue in 2022 Q2 Is Almost Double of 2021 Q2

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It looks like business is booming for WWE as Q2 earnings for 2022 are showing a huge increase in revenue for the company.

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Quarter two, covering 4/1 to 6/30 brought in huge moolah for the WWE. The period also included the WrestleMania, which is by far the biggest event of WWE every year.

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WWE earns more in 2022 than it did in 2021

WWE pulled in a profit of $49.0 million profit bringing in a revenue of $328.2 million in the duration 4/1 to 6/30, marking Q2 of WWE.

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If we compare it to Q2 of 2021, WWE's revenue surged 24% over the year. The new numbers are after adjusting Vince McMahon's payments.

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The company has seen a significant increase in their revenue from all walks, ranging from live events, to cash flow and media division.

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The interesting figures does prove WWE doesn't need Vince McMahon to thrive. While an argument can be made that McMahon played a huge role in Q2, there's no denying WWE's success even without him.

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WWE is on the right path

Looking at the figures, it's safe to say that WWE is on the right path, and expect the revenue to only increase in the coming years.

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With Clash at the Castle UK PPV, and tickets for WrestleMania 39 already sold out, WWE is set for even bigger milestones in the coming years.

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