WWE co-CEO Stephanie McMahon revealed through a press release that SummerSlam 2022 was the most-watched SummerSlam PPV in WWE history.
However, the promotion hasn’t revealed any figures regarding how many people watched the biggest party of Summer on Peacock. But, the Nissan Stadium hosted a total of 48,449 fans.
The same press release also revealed that WWE now surpassed the mark of 90 million subscribers on YouTube along with more than 70 Billion lifetime views.
This year’s SummerSlam really broke the internet and was trending all over social media. It all started with the return of Bayley along with Io Shirai and Dakota Kai.
Soon, WWE Hall of Famer Edge also made his comeback. But, the most talked-about thing of this year’s SummerSlam was its main event – The Last Man Standing match between Roman Reigns and Brock Lesnar.
During the match, Brock Lesnar lifted the ring using his tractor and sent Roman to the floor. In the end, Roman Reigns buried Brock Lesnar and retained his Undisputed WWE Universal championship in the headliner bout of the most-watched SummerSlam in history.