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IN Sports ON 20 Oct, 2016
Wrestling can be tough, but if you perform well, you can easily earn a living through this sport. Specifically, WWE has provided aspiring wrestlers with a platform wherein they can test their skills while also providing entertainment to millions of fans around the world.
So, how much are some of these WWE superstars paid? Read on!
If you even have a percent of that, you can already retire from your job and pursue other interests.
You might be surprised at just how much they receive.
The actor and WWE wrestler has been raking in a lot of cash as part of WWE SmackDown.
If you have watched WWE for a long time, we can't blame you if you get scared of Kane. Even when he takes off his mask, he is still terrifying.
One of the biggest athletes in the world, a slap and a choke slam from this guy would be absolutely powerful.
Undertaker is one of the most iconic wrestlers in the history of WWE, and it makes sense that he gets paid this much.
He might be a new entry compared to all the other WWE wrestlers in this list, but the Canadian wrestler is actually related to Rikishi, Umaga, and even The Rock.
The ladies can't get enough of both Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins. Likewise, he has been the WWE World Heavyweight Champion twice, along with being the United States Champion and the 2015 Superstar of the Year.
Randy Orton, who is also known as The Legend Killer, is a charismatic performer. Not only was he part of Evolution, but he also became the youngest wrestler to become the WWE champion twice.
Triple H has been in WWE for so long. Ric Flair and Shawn Michaels might have already retired, but that does not mean that this guy will ever stop entertaining the fans.
Who remembers the time when Brock Lesnar had a legendary feud against Goldberg? That was totally awesome to watch. In fact, it has always been a tremendous experience whenever Lesnar is in the ring. He is absolutely ferocious.
It's not surprising that John Cena is the highest-earning wrestler. After all, he is the face of WWE for a long time now because he was appealing to the kids and he was a fascinating wrestler. Who remembers when John Cena carried Big Show and slammed him onto the ring? That was phenomenal.
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