WWE superstars Mandy Rose and Lana, both regular members of the WWE programming, have made it to the list of Top 100 highest-earning Instagrammers.
LANA RANKED AT NUMBER 83, ROSE AT NUMBER 100
In the list compiled by Matt Seabridge of LoveUX, Instagram date, “The Ravishing Russian” ranked 83rd while Mandy Rose barely made it at 100th. Lana earned an estimated $625,922 off 59 sponsored posts, which averages to $10,608 per sponsored post. Rose earned an estimated $490,104 off 71 sponsored posts, which averages to $6,902 per sponsored post.
However, according to the controversial WWE decision late last year, Rose and Lana can no longer work with third parties through sponsored posts in the platform. All of the sponsored posts in both of their Instagram accounts has been deleted.
THE TOP TEN IN THE LIST
The Top 10 in the list are as follows:
- Cristiano Ronaldo – 38 sponsored posts for an estimated $24,377,372
- Kevin Hart – 70 sponsored posts for an estimated $18,308,443
- Ellen DeGeneres – 60 sponsored posts for an estimated $15,432,916
- Lionel Messi – 33 sponsored posts for an estimated $14,181,157
- Virat Kohli – 53 sponsored posts for an estimated $10,185,180
- Neymar – 21 sponsored posts for an estimated $8,223,018
- Jennifer Lopez – 19 sponsored posts for an estimated $6,737,920
- David Beckham – 34 sponsored posts for an estimated $6,042,917
- Kendall Jenner – 16 sponsored posts for an estimated $5,506,598
- Mark Wahlberg – 105 sponsored posts for an estimated $4,538,773
LANA AND ROSE HAS HAD LITTLE SUCCESS IN THE LAST FEW MONTHS
Lana has been a victim of confusing booking from WWE for the last few months. After being repeatedly slammed through tables by Nia Jax in multiple weeks, she formed a partnership of sorts alongside Asuka. However, Jax and Baszler injured Lana’s arm and leg making her unable to compete in the TLC pay per view match with Asuka as her partner against Jax and Baszler for the WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship match, leading Asuka to form a tag team with Charlotte Flair instead.
Rose was traded to the Raw brand in September as part of the storyline between The Miz and Otis and subsequently formed a tag team with Dana Brooke, although they have had no considerable success until now.