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Salary of Top WWE Superstars & Senior Staff in 2019

WWE stars earn a handsome salary with Lesnar, Cena and Roman Reigns being the top earners. Cena and The Undertaker do not wrestle regularly and are listed as part-timers but their salary trumps several of the top superstars today.

Posted below are 2019’s salaries for the male and female superstars and WWE senior staff.

WWE Men wrestlers base salaries:

Brock Lesnar with Paul Heyman
  1. Brock Lesnar: $12m
  2. John Cena: $8.5m
  3. Roman Reigns: $5m
  4. Randy Orton: $4.5m
  5. AJ Styles: $3.5m
  6. Seth Rollins: $3m
  7. The Miz: $2.5m
  8. The Undertaker: $2.5m
  9. Kevin Owens: $2m
  10. Dolph Ziggler: $1.5m
  11. Sheamus: $1m
  12. Jeff Hardy: $1m
  13. Bray Wyatt: $1m
  14. Jinder Mahal: $900,000
  15. Kane: $900,000
  16. Big Show: $850,000
  17. Samoa Joe: $800,000
  18. Rusev: $800,000
  19. Sin Cara: $700,000
  20. Matt Hardy: $650,000

WWE Women wrestlers base salaries:

Summerslam 2018 - Ronda Rousey WWE RAW Women’s Champion
  1. Ronda Rousey: $1.5m
  2. Charlotte Flair: $550,000
  3. Nikki Bella: $350,000
  4. Alexa Bliss: $350,000
  5. Mickie James: $300,000
  6. Natalya: $300,000
  7. Asuka: $250,000
  8. Becky Lynch: $250,000
  9. Dana Brooke: $200,000
  10. Bayley: $200,000
  11. Lana: $200,000
  12. Naomi: $180,000
  13. Carmella: $120,000
  14. Nia Jax: $100,000
  15. Sonya Deville: $100,000
  16. Mandy Rose: $80,000
  17. Ruby Riott: $80,000
  18. Sarah Logan: $80,000
  19. Tamina: $80,000

Senior staff salaries (figures from mid-2019):

WWE Triple H 2017
  1. Triple H (executive vice president of talent, live events and creative): $1.1m and $1.65m (talent contract)
  2. Vince McMahon (chairman and chief executive officer): $2.4m
  3. George Barrios (financial and strategic officer): $800,000
  4. Kevin Dunn (producer): $800,000

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