Braun Strowman is paid.
According to Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer, Braun Strowman's new WWE deal is worth $1.2 million per year. Strowman announced on July 17 that he signed a new four-year deal with the promotion.
Strowman wrote on Instagram, "Well I’m sure more than a few of you will like this announcement!!!!!!!! Here’s to 4 more years of being the hardest working and best big man in the whole damn industry and working for the Greatest promotion in the world the @wwe #ThenNowAndForever #wwe #resigned #ILikeMillionDollarDealsWheresMyPenBiatchImSigning #FourMoreYearsOfPuttingButtsInSeatsAndSmilesOnFaces #BraunStrowman #BraunZilla #KingOfAllMonsters with my army behind me my #MonsterMilitia #ILoveMyJob #MonsterOnTopTheMountain"
Strowman has been a featured player on WWE television since making his debut as part of The Wyatt Family in August 2015. He recently challenged Seth Rollins for the WWE Universal Championship at Clash of Champions.
Meltzer goes on to report that the top downside number WWE offers is $1 million, though says AJ Styles signed for "significantly more" due to the threat of AEW. Additionally, Meltzer reports that Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson news five-year deals are worth $700,000 per year. The former Raw Tag Team Champions signed new deals in July. The duo originally turned down five-year deals worth $500,000 in March.
You can keep up with all the contract news in the world of wrestling with Fightful's list of expiring contracts.