WWE Wrestlers Salaries 2017 Contract Details – John Cena, Tripple H, Chris Jericho, Randy Orton

From WWE record, an average wrestler on the roster makes between $500,000 to $1 million a year as a basic salary. In this article, we revile current WWE Wrestlers Salaries 2017, how much each wrestler makes and their contract details.

WWE Wrestlers Salaries 2017


Before that, it might also interest you to also know how much their executives earn, starting from their CEO Vince McMahon to other executives.

WWE Executives Salaries List

1. Vince McMahon ( CEO ) – $2.4 million.

2. Paul “Triple H” Levesque (vise president live events, talent) – $1.1 million (basic salary), with $1.65 million in his yearly talent contract. All these made him the highest paid WWW executive.

3. George Barrios (Financial and Strategic Officer)  – $800,000.

4. Kevin Dunn (Producer)  – $800,000

5. Michael Luisi (WWE Studios President ) – $700,000

Now let’s look at the list of WWE Wrestlers Salaries 2017 and their contract details.

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Any wrestler who register for WWE is assured of a professional contract with the company indicating the number of years, as well as basic salary plus bonuses and some other clauses allowance such as release, retirement, injury layouts and many more.

John Cena as an undisputed superstar in WWE makes around $3.5 million a year including portion of merchandise sales and PPV revenue share. Below are amount being paid to WWE Wrestlers currently.

WWE Wrestlers Salaries 2017 Contract Details

STARANNUAL SALARYBonuses & RoyaltiesContract
The Rock$3.5 Million7% bonus for high merchandise sales, only appears on selected WWE Dates3 Year (Part Time)
John Cena$2.75 Million7% on merchandise sales, plus hafty PPV revenue share make his actual earnings way more7 year deal signed in 2015
Tripple H$2,12 millionAlso acts as WWE executive and talent contract.Unique 20 Year deal
Brock Lesner$3 Million3.25% bonus for high merchandise sales, Free Travel, PPV revenue share(3 Years) Contract extension signed in 2016
Undertaker$1.75 Million7% bonus for high merchandise sales, Travel & Accommodation, PPV revenue share if featured on a main event5 Years (Part-Time)
Randy Orton$1,6 million% Merchandise sales, travel and accommodation, PPV share5 Years
Sheamus $1.3 milliontravel & accommodation5 Years
Big Show$1.2 millionPersonal tour bus from WWE3 Years
Dolph Ziggler$900,000Travel & Accommodation3 Year
Ray Mysterio $985,004% bonus for high merchandise sales, travel & Accommodation5 Years
Rusev$725,0003 Years
Danial Bryan$700,0005 Years
Mark Henry$877,0003 Years
Goldust$725,0003 Years
Titus O’Niel$335,0502 Years
Stardust$245,0002 years
Seth Rollins $310,5003 Years
Roman Reigns $245,0002 Years
R-Truth$244,0003 Years
Ryback $655,5002 Years
Chris Jericho$974,0002 Years
Sin Cara$245,0002 Years
Adam Rose$165,0002 Years
Bo Dallas$165,0002 Years
Big E$145,0002 Years
Bad News Barrett$445,0003 Years
Bray Wyatt$254,2003 Years
Bryan Saxton$170,0003 Years
Cesaro$80,1451 Year
Christian$595,0003 Years
Curtis Axel$75,0002 Years
Damien Mizdow$100,0002 Years
Darren Young$80,145
David Otunga$75,000
Dean Ambrose$80,145
Eric Rowan $80,145
FandangoStarting Package
FernandoStarting Package
Heath SlaterStarting Package
HunicoStarting Package
Jack Swagger$275,000
Jey USO$255,000
Jimmy USO$255,000
Justin GabrielStarting Package
Kofi Kingston$354,200
KonnorStarting Package
Luke HarperStarting Package
The Miz$712,000
Xavier WoodsStarting Package
Zack Ryder$535,0503 year
ViktorStarting Package

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