The Money Making Bunny

One of WWE’s biggest stories over the last couple weeks has been Bad Bunny’s participation at the Royal Rumble, and his appearances on Monday Night Raw. In the past we've seen how much Bad Bunny loves the sport and included WWE legend Rick Flair to one of his 'Chambea' music video. On his recent album El Ultimo Tour Del Año, Bad Bunny had a track title 'Booker T' after the WWE wrestler, he even had the wrestling legend on the music video. Following the appearances, it was reported that Bad Bunny had become WWE's top merchandise seller just a few days after the rapper's line of products debuted on WWE Shop around Royal Rumble 2021.

According to Fightful Select, these items were selling crazy on WWE shop, with reports stating that the rapper drove over $500,000 in sales towards himself and WWE. Clearly, whatever agreement 'El Conejo Malo' and WWE have is working. As a matter of fact, Bad Bunny's merch took over the top four spots in the company's list of best selling items. One of his men's t-shirts currently sitting at number 1 in WWE Shop's charts, a women's shirt at number 3, the youth's at 4, and a hoodie sits at number 2.

After being the sidekick of recent NXT call-up wrestler Damian Priest, Bad Bunny is in the midst of a feud with the duo of The Miz and John Morrison, and their budding rivalry will reportedly culminate with a tag team match at WrestleMania 37. As long as Bad Bunny continues to remain WWE’s hottest merchandise mover, fans should expect him to remain on the spotlight of Raw now through WrestleMania 37 and even beyond that.