WWE realizes all too well that their fans have a ton of disposable income, because those ridiculously expensive signature title belts seem to fly out of their official shop. Now fans will have a chance to own legit pieces of WWE history.

Goldin, the leading auction house for trading cards, collectible, and memorabilia, has partnered with WWE to offer fans an incredibly rare items. They are selling a billion dollar bill both featuring and signed by Vince McMahon himself. They are also selling a 1-of-1 “Billionaire Bucks” t-shirt.

WWE’s website detailed the incredibly rare Vince McMahon merchandise that is going up on the auction block.

The autographed billion dollar bill and “Billionaire Bucks” T-shirt were created specifically for this auction. An additional unsigned bill and “Billionaire Bucks” T-shirt will be available for auction in-venue at SummerSlam in Las Vegas this Saturday, Aug. 21.


The announcement also revealed that fans will get a chance to win a tour of WWE’s legendary warehouse with Triple H as their guide. This tour will include getting an up-close look at ” one-of-a-kind pieces, including iconic match-worn gear, championship titles and rings from legendary events.”

Along with the one-of-a-kind experiences, the auction will also feature 7 pieces of one-of-a-kind WWE SummerSlam memorabilia including:

  • The barbed wire baseball bat Ric Flair used in his victory against Mick Foley in the “I Quit” match at Summerslam 2006 (LOT 23)
  • The shears Brutus “The Barber” Beefcake and Hulk Hogan used in their 1989 match victory against “Macho Man” Randy Savage and Zeus (LOT 24)
  • The night stick Big Boss Man used in his match against Koko B. Ware at Summerslam 1988 (LOT 25)
  • The Money in the Bank briefcase Randy Orton cashed in on Daniel Bryan to become WWE Champion at SummerSlam 2013 (LOT 26)
  • The arena banner used at SummerSlam from 1992-1997 (LOT 27)
  • The ring skirt used at SummerSlam from 1989-1997 (LOT 28)
  • The ring skirt used at SummerSlam in 1998 (LOT 29)

Odds are WWE fans will drop a ton of money to get their hands on that memorabilia and attain the bragging rights which come with that ownership. You can check out the link below for more information on the new auction.

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H Jenkins

H Jeknins is a News Correspondent at Ringside News, keeping wrestling fans updated with timely and accurate reports on all things wrestling.

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