WWE Stock Report: Analyzing the Rising and Falling Stocks in the Wrestling World


Welcome to the WWE Stock Report, where we delve into the ever-changing landscape of the wrestling world. In this weekly series, we analyze the fluctuations in the stocks of various WWE superstars and groups. Today, we’ll take a closer look at the recent events that have impacted the stock value of these individuals and discuss who’s on the rise and who’s experiencing a decline. So, let’s dive in and see whose fortunes have changed in the wrestling ring.

Stocks on the Rise

Stock Up #1: A Resurgent Santos Escobar

Santos Escobar’s stock has been soaring in recent weeks, and his upward trajectory continued this week. The cunning heel showed his mettle by targeting the returning Carlito and injuring him just before Survivor Series. Escobar then showcased his in-ring prowess by defeating Dragon Lee in a remarkable display of skill and dominance. With his impressive performance, Escobar has firmly established himself as a force to be reckoned with in the WWE.

Stock Up #2: The Return of Randy Orton

After an 18-month hiatus, Randy Orton made a triumphant return to the WWE at Survivor Series. The Viper wasted no time in reminding everyone of his signature move, delivering multiple RKOs and securing victory in the men’s War Games match. Orton’s comeback has injected excitement into the WWE universe, and his versatility allows him to seamlessly fit into any main event scene, whether on Raw or SmackDown, as a beloved face or a cunning heel.

Stock Up #3: The Homecoming of CM Punk

Pro wrestling fans rejoiced at the unexpected return of CM Punk to the WWE at Survivor Series. The long-standing animosity between Punk and the company seemed to have dissipated as he stepped back into the WWE spotlight after nearly a decade away. While his in-ring action was limited, the significance of his return cannot be overstated. CM Punk’s star power is undeniable, and with the WWE machine behind him once again, there’s no doubt that he will shine brighter than ever before. The potential feuds with Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns hold immense promise, and a main event match at WrestleMania 40 seems inevitable.

Stocks on the Decline

Stock Down #1: The Dissolution of the Brawling Brutes

The Brawling Brutes, once a formidable tag team, have been facing internal turmoil. On SmackDown, Ridge Holland blatantly abandoned his partner, BUTCH, during a tag team match against Pretty Deadly. It’s evident that the partnership is on the verge of collapse, and without intervention from Sheamus, it’s unlikely they will remain a cohesive unit for much longer. The future looks uncertain for the Brawling Brutes.

Stock Down #2: Carlito’s Unfortunate Twist of Fate

Carlito’s much-anticipated return to the WWE ring was marred by an injury angle on SmackDown. Scheduled for his first one-on-one WWE PPV match in over a decade at Survivor Series, Carlito was removed from the card the night before the event. The sudden change in plans was disappointing for both Carlito and his fans, as they were deprived of witnessing his long-awaited comeback. It remains to be seen how this setback will affect his future in the WWE.

Stock Down #3: The Misfortune of the Street Profits

The Street Profits, Montez Ford, and Angelo Dawkins, had high hopes of capturing the WWE tag team titles on SmackDown but fell short. What made matters worse was the brevity of their match, which barely lasted 6.5 minutes (excluding the mid-match commercial break). This limited TV time made it challenging for the Profits to showcase their skills and establish themselves as a credible threat. Bobby Lashley’s disapproval of their continual failures adds further pressure on the Street Profits, leaving their future uncertain.


The world of professional wrestling is an ever-changing landscape, and the stocks of WWE superstars can rise and fall with each passing week. In this edition of the WWE Stock Report, we witnessed the resurgence of Santos Escobar, the triumphant return of Randy Orton, and the highly anticipated homecoming of CM Punk. On the other hand, we saw the decline of the Brawling Brutes, the unfortunate twist of fate for Carlito, and the misfortune of the Street Profits. As the wrestling world continues to evolve, only time will tell how these stocks will fluctuate in the future.

So, what are your thoughts? Whose stock do you believe changed the most this week? Share your opinions and stay tuned for more updates in the next edition of the WWE Stock Report!

“Wrestling is like a stock market – it’s all about buying low and selling high.” – John Cena

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