Pro-Wrestlers Make This Much Money (16 pics)

Posted in Celebs   24 Jan 2018   / 4053 views  

As a company, the WWE is worth a cool $1.5 billion. This is, in large part, thanks to the big boys. The stars that bring in the majority of the masses- both on TV and to live events. So, how much do these guys get paid for all that they do? Let’s take a look.

Randy Orton

The Legend Killer himself reeled in a total of $1,900,000 for 2017.

Seth Rollins


The Undertaker

One of the greatest legends of the game, The Undertaker made $2,000,000 for the year of 2017.

Shane McMahon

Shane O Mac brought in $2,200,000 last year. Here comes the money!

AJ Styles

AJ made $2,400,000 last year.

Roman Reigns

Roman made a cool $3,500,000 in 2017.


Triple-H raked in a total of $3,800,000 for the year.

John Cena

John Cena was the second biggest earner for the year of 2017, bringing in a total of $8,000,000.

Brock Lesnar

Lesnar was the highest earning WWE star of 2017, pulling in a total earning of $12,000,000.

Stephanie McMahon

Stephanie makes the most among the girls, obviously, and she rakes in about $1,750,000 in earnings for her part in the WWE machine.

Nikki Bella

The ferociously STUNNING Nikki Bella brought in a modest $400,000 in 2016. She also got travel and accommodation paid for, which is awfully nice isn’t it!

Eva Marie

If looks could kill, eh? Eva Marie earned $250,000 last year for her work in the WWE. Are you even reading this? I understand, the picture is amazing.

There’s also the category of “Part-timers.” You know, the fellas that drop in occasionally, but absolutely blow the roof off of the place when they show up.

The Rock

How much does did The Rock make last year? He ma- IT DOESN’T MATTER HOW MUCH THE ROCK MADE LAST YEAR.

Naw, it does, he made $3,500,000 for his contributions to the WWE.

The Big Show

For his several appearances last year, The Big Show raked in $1,300,000 AND travel, accommodation, plus a personal tour bus.

The lowest salary that a wrestler for the WWE receives in a year is approximately $52,000. It is also worth noting that the WWE does not provide health insurance for their wrestlers, AND wrestlers are expected to cover their own travel expenses.



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