Developmental (or entry level) wrestlers in the WWE typically bring home around $25,000 while marquee superstars earn up to $3 million plus other perks per year. Individual earnings vary widely depending on the stage and... More »

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WWE stars typically have annual salaries ranging between $52,000 and over $1 million, although some earn considerably more, and many supplement their base incomes with bonuses and ancillary pay, as stated by Forbes. Gene... More »

There is no ballpark per week salary for professional wrestlers since it varies widely. The amount of money professional wrestlers make in a week depends on their popularity, the number of appearances they make and other... More »

Kevin Nash appeared on the Jan. 19, 2015, episode of WWE's "Monday Night RAW" as part of a RAW Reunion special that brought back past superstars for one night. As of 2015, he is under a five-year WWE Legends contract tha... More »

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Some of the World Wrestling Entertainment, or WWE, superstars receive their names by pure accident while some are nicknamed by fans, press or managers and others are basically assigned names by the WWE. Stone Cold Steve ... More »

The WWE, an acronym for World Wrestling Entertainment, is the United States' highest level of professional wrestling. WWE matches are not considered as legitimate as other sporting events, but rather a source of entertai... More »

As of 2015, the salary for a WWE referee ranges from $150,000 to $250,000 annually. Pay ranges vary depending on whether the competition is a weekly event or a main event. More »