The highest merchandise sellers and top grossing products on WWE Shop have now been revealed, per research by us-bookies.
According to the data, Stone Cold Steve Austin is still WWE’s ‘highest drawing champion’, earning an estimated $3,600,000 from merchandise on the site. John Cena takes the #2 spot, earning almost $2,700,000 from WWE Shop.
Alexa Bliss is the top seller on the active roster, reportedly earning over $1,600,000 through the shop.
Here are the top 10 merchandise sellers on WWE Shop (with estimated earnings):
- Stone Cold Steve Austin – 3,657,224
- John Cena – $2,649,836
- Alexa Bliss – $1,645,945
- NWO – $1,292,561
- Roman Reigns – $1,164,253
- The Rock – $992,114
- Jimmy Uso – $885,930
- Jey Uso – $862,130
- Ultimate Warrior – $825,841
- Eddie Guerrero – $704,436
the legacy collector’s version of Stone Cold’s WWE Title is currently WWE Shop’s highest grossing product, selling 1600 units for an estimated $1,359,984 in total. Not far behind in terms of earnings is Alexa Bliss’ Lilly doll, which has been sold almost 29,000 times.
The top 5 highest grossing products on WWE Shop are (with estimated sales, estimated earnings):
- Stone Cold Steve Austin Legacy Championship Collector’s Title – 1,600, $1,359,984
- Alexa Bliss “Lilly” Plush Doll – 28,800, $863,712
- Stone Cold Smoking Skull Championship Replica Title Belt (5mm) – 2,800, $839,972
- WWE Championship Spinner Replica Title Belt – 2,200, $725,978
- The Rock “Brahma Bull” Replica Championship Title Belt – 1,600, $559,984
You can view more data here.
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