WWE Touts Superstars Who Are Leading In Merchandise Sales

WWE makes a lot of money on merchandise sales, and those numbers are long with may that they boast about around every corner. Now, the company is letting fans know exactly who is getting the most sales.

WWE has recently unveiled the top merchandise sellers for the year 2023, shedding light on the popularity and commercial success of several superstars and factions within the organization.

Among the standout individual performers in terms of merchandise sales are Cody Rhodes, LA Knight, Rey Mysterio, John Cena, Kevin Owens, WWE Undisputed Universal Champion Roman Reigns, WWE women’s champion Rhea Ripley, and WWE world heavyweight champion Seth Rollins. Their merchandise has resonated strongly with fans, reflecting their significance within the WWE ecosystem.

Additionally, WWE fans have shown a big interest in faction-related merchandise, with The Bloodline and Judgment Day emerging as the top-selling groups. These factions have captured the collective imagination of WWE enthusiasts and have become a significant part of the merchandise landscape. The consistent popularity of these superstars and factions highlights the enduring appeal of WWE’s diverse roster and its ability to connect with a wide range of wrestling fans.



It was previously reported that some of LA Knight’s heat backstage in WWE stemmed from merchandise sales. He was dominating merchandise sales up to his Undisputed Universal Title match against Roman Reigns.

This was quite a way for WWE to plug their merchandise. That being said, fans are likely to click on these listings just to see what WWE has to offer on the shop. This is especially true as fans enter the Holiday season around the corner.

What’s your take on WWE’s touting their merchandise sales like this? Let us know what you think in the comments section!

November 13, 2023 7:20 pm

Felix Upton

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