WWE Vince McMahon Merchandise Sells A Billion-Dollar Dill And T-Shirt Combo

WWE Vince McMahon Merchandise Sells A Billion-Dollar Dill And T-Shirt Combo

If you’re a big Vince McMahon supporter, WWE Shop currently has a very interesting bundle available. WWE Shop does have a new Vince McMahon No Chance in Vegas t-shirt available, which arrives with a collector’s $1 billion bill.

The face of the bill is the WWE Chairman & CEO, and the back is an image of the WWE Headquarters in Stamford, Connecticut. The combination item costs $99.99 and it can be bought here.

The following is a brief description of the t-shirt:

NO CHANCE IN VEGAS!

Our Iconic T-Shirts seem to be the same ones that your favourite WWE and NXT Superstars are wearing! Our new tees look great on both men and women and have a modern, slim fit. For a more good fit, you must order a size up.

Theory, Vince McMahon’s on-screen protégé, beaten Finn Balor to win the U.S. Title earlier this week on RAW. McMahon returned to the stage after the match to raise Theory’s arm before posing for a photo coronation. Photos of the new McMahon WWE Shop merchandise can be found below.

Is Vince McMahon’s WWE Shop package too pricey?

Although there is a demand for Vince McMahon commodities, the company appears to have killed a lot of general interest due to the price point.

Several WWE Universe members took to the internet today to express their displeasure with the price point. One fan even went so far as to say he likes the tee but would not pay $100 for it, tweeting:

One fan wrote on Twitter, This T-shirt is three fire emojis but not for $100 #wwe #wweshop #vinceMcMahon.

The situation appears to be eerily similar to John Cena’s SummerSlam NFT package, which also included a shirt premised on the Super Mario Bros 3 canopy. However, due to the high cost, the corporation only sold a few packages, trying to make it the least selling Cena tee of all period.

What are your thoughts on the latest Vince McMahon products? Would you consider buying it if the cost wasn’t so high?

Sheena Bhandari is a Pro Wrestling Editor and enthusiast, working here at Clout News.