WWE Chairman and CEO Vince McMahon's wages have been revealed, along with his son Shane, daughter Stephanie and her husband Paul Levesque, known as Triple H.
The WWE boss has been in charge of the company since taking over from his dad in 1982 and turned the company into the world leader in wrestling.
McMahon will have been happy to see how WrestleMania 37 went last weekend, the company's first show with fans in attendance in over year, with Logan Paul getting hit by a stunner one of many highlights.
However even if the show had been a bust, the 75-year-old certainly could have cheered himself up by a quick look at it yearly wages.
WWE released a proxy statement to the United States Securities and Exchange Commission, ahead of their shareholder's meeting next month, and Vince's wages, along with the rest of his family were revealed.
Vince earns a basic of $1,400,000-a-year, whilst son-in-law Levesque and daughter Stephanie both earn $730,000-a-year.
Those wages are given to the three family members based on their roles as executives of the company. As well as Vince being chairman and CEO, Levesque is head of Global Talent Strategy & Development and Steph is Chief Brand Officer.
Vince's son Shane is no longer an executive but is still pretty handsomely paid, as an on screen performer for WWE.
The 51-year-old, who once again put his body on the line in a cage match at 'Mania' on Sunday, against Braun Strowman, earns a minimum $820,369-per-year.
Stephanie is also paid $750,000 for her on screen role whilst former full time wrestler Triple H earns $1 million for his part on television.
In total, Vince earned upwards of $4 million in 2020 for his work, whilst Levesque made $2.3 million and wife Stephanie made $2.2 million.
The trio were actually all out earned by new President & Chief Revenue Officer Nick Khan who earned $13 million from the company last year, with $5 million of that being a signing on fee.
It was the second year in-a-row that WrestleMania was held over two nights, with last year's edition behind closed doors, but next year's event will return to one night.
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