As a results of profitable the World Full Weight Championship, Seth Rollins turned the chief in merchandise gross sales in WWE.
Seth Rollins gained the WWE World Heavyweight Championship at Night of Champions in Saudi Arabia, His first televised protection of that title befell this week on Raw towards Damian Priest, and he’s WWE’s hottest rising famous person at this time.
► Seth Rollins sells probably the most merchandise on the record of Superstars
Seth Rollins’ success has been fueled not solely by the fan acceptance he receives throughout common WWE programming, but in addition by the gross sales of merchandise. As the current Wrestling Observer Newsletter reported, echoing a report by Wrestlenomics, Seth Rollins is now the very best earner on WWE’s merchandise gross sales record.
“Last week’s Wrestlenomics merchandise ranking projections looked at the top five Rollins, LWO, Reigns, Ripley and Owens, The top five items are Ripley’s ‘She’s My Mammy’ T-shirt, Rollins’ ‘Whoa Oh Oh’ T-shirt, Reigns’ ‘Life’s Not Fair’ T-shirt, Eddie Guerrero LWO and Rhodes’ ‘Undeniable’ T-shirt. For the month of May, the top five were Bad Bunny, LWO, Rollins, Ripley and Reigns and the top single item sold was the Guerrero LWO jersey, followed by the new Ripley, Rollins, LWO and Rhodes Undeniable jerseys.
It’s also interesting to note that the Bad Bunny name is still among the company’s top sellers, although it hasn’t appeared since the backlash. In Rhea Ripley’s case, it’s another superstar on the rise and Its significance in Judgment Day has also been noted in its T-shirt sales.