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Who is the highest paid wrestler in WWE?

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John Cena was the highest-paid WWE entertainer in 2014. His salary was a reported 3 million dollars as stated on Therichest.

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John Cena grosses approximately 3 million dollars a year. This number does not include the money made from work other than that of WWE. Cena is almost always the main event in the WWE pay-per-view shows, which aids in his high salary. He has a 10-year contract with the wrestling federation. This contract includes a bonus for merchandising and travel. He receives 6.25 percent of sales from all merchandise sold. All of his travel and accommodation expenses are paid for by the company.

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