A fan on eBay recently sold off a bit of Sasha Banks Memrobelia, and it's kind of creepy.
Sasha Banks is one of the more popular WWE superstars, and many young fans can be seen sporting her Legit Boss sunglasses or t-shirts. You also have the option to buy photos or hats of Banks at WWE Shop.
But if you took your shopping to eBay, you could have had the chance to purchase Sasha Banks' hair strands. Yes, you read that correctly. According to eWrestlingNews.com, a fan bought a Connor's Cure shirt that Banks wore on a recent episode of Monday Night Raw, and the package arrived with strands of purple hair.
The fan was able to earn $39.99 from selling two pieces of Banks' hair. Not a whole lot of cash, but it's more than the person started with when they put the listing up. Banks has a reputation for trying to avoid fan interaction, so we're guessing that she won't want to hear about a fan profiting off her hair.
Of course, Banks isn't the only wrestler/athlete to have rather strange memorabilia of them sold. A fan was able to sell a piece of gum chewed by former MLB player Luis Gonzalez for $10,000.
After the Boston Red Sox won the 2013 World Series, David Ortiz shaved his beard and was able to sell it off at an auction for $10,877. Baseball icon Ty Cobb also had his dentures purchased for $270,00 at auction some years ago. Indeed, there is a market for some very strange sports memorabilia.
Banks makes a reported $225,000 a year, so we're guessing she'll be kind enough to let this fan keep all the money they received by selling two strands of hair. And with over 150,000 hair follicles on the average human head, Banks has the option to sell limitless strands of her vintage purple hair.