Brock Lesna, John Cena Lead As Top Earners Of WWW Super Stars (SEE LIST)


LAGOS SEPTEMBER 18TH (NEWSRANGERS)-A recent report by Express UK has shown wrestling’s highest-calibre athletes draw massive amounts of money as paychecks.
The present-day roster has many superstars pocketing a seven-figure salary, even as others remain in the six-figure range.

It has also emerged the wrestlers earn tidy bonuses when they make appearances at big events.
Reigning WWE Universal Champion, Brock Lesnar, is currently the top earner at the company, with ‘The Beast Incarnate’ pocketing huge bonuses for event appearances apart from his base pay.
Lesnar is understood to be earning a staggering $12 million on a yearly basis and $500,000 as bonuses per appearance.
Fan favourite John Cena is second on the charts, taking home a massive $8.5 million per year and a total of $500,000 in each main event appearance he makes.
Top 10 earners at WWE:
Brock Lesnar – $12million
John Cena – $8.5million
Roman Reigns – $5million
Randy Orton – $4.5million
AJ Styles – $3.5million
Seth Rollins – $3million
The Miz – $2.5million
Undertaker – $2.5million
Kevin Owens – $2million
Dolph Ziggler – $1.5million
Meanwhile, WWE Clash of Champions 2019 results had ten titles on the line in different categories and the biggest win of all was Kofi Kingston retaining his belt following a one-two-three count over Randy Orton.
The RAW Tag Team championship also changed hands as Dolph Zigler and Robert Roode defeated the pair of Seth Rollins and Braun Strowman to become new champions.
Express UK

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