Signed a 12 month licensing and image rights contract for $500,000 plus $100,000 per appearance, $500,000 per PPV and $1.5 million per Saudi show. The deal, which expires in May 2020 is said to be way bigger than previous ones that Lesnar signed back in 2012 and 2015.
Re-Signed for 5 years for $1.5 million per year (doubling his last deal) + Bonuses, for 150 dates in first two years, and 100 dates a year thereafter (dates do not have to distributed evenly). Deal expires in April 2024.
Braun Strowman & Daniel Bryan
Braun Strowman: Re-Signed for 4 years for a guaranteed $1.2 million per year + Bonuses. Contract expires in July 2023.
Daniel Bryan: Re-Signed for 3 years for $1 million per year + Bonuses, for only 120 dates per year (average standard appearances for a marquee superstar is 180). Expires in September 2021.
Re-negotiated 5 year deal signed in July 2018 from $500,000 per year (improved from $200,000 per year) to $1 million per year + Bonuses (This deal is equal to that given to Charlotte Flair in April 2016 and Ronda Rousey in January 2018. Although Rousey had to work only 50 dates per year, with $50,000 per additional appearance). Expires July 2023.
Salary details of WWE stars
Apart from these marquee players, many other superstars have signed on the dotted line. Here's more on their salary details as reported by the source,
Dolph Ziggler: Re-Signed for 1 year for $900,000 per year, for 120 dates per year and $500,000 per Saudi show.
Shinsuke Nakamura: Re-Signed for 3 more years, for the same salary of $750,000. Expires April 2022.
The Usos: Re-Signed for 5 years for $750,000 per year (a $350,000 pay raise). Expires May 2024.
Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson: Re-Signed for 5 years for $700,000 per year (a $200,000 pay raise). The deal expires in April 2024 which might have been renewed under the influence of AJ Styles.