WWE's proxy statement reveals the salaries from some of the company's top executives, including Vince McMahon and Triple H.
Thanks to documents posted by Wrestlenomics, it was revealed that McMahon's salary from 2018 to 2020 is $1.4 million while Triple H's 2020 salary is $730,000. Triple H, whose real name Paul Levesque appears on the documents, has been seeing an increase in his salary for the last couple of years with his 2019 salary being listed at $710,000 and his 2018 salary being listed at $684,125.
I'll post more notes about WWE's 2019 proxy statement in this thread of tweets.— Wrestlenomics (@wrestlenomics) March 10, 2020
Here WWE names its strategic objectives that determine executive compensation. Interesting that "Increase WWE Ratings among sports fans" is among them.https://t.co/NYmZtzrGPB pic.twitter.com/T2sSn6Ymbg
Additionally, the proxy statement revealed that McMahon's total compensation, which includes stock awards and non-equity incentive plan compensation, for 2019 was $3,503,703, down from the $5,658,238 in total compensation he received in 2018. Triple H on the other hand, received $3,328,092 in total compensation for 2019 and received $5,031,459 in total compensation for 2018.
In other salary news, the documents also revealed Stephanie McMahon's 2020 salary which is $730,000. Like Triple H, Stephanie's 2019 salary was $710,000 and her 2018 salary was $684,125.
Also on the documents, it was revealed that Triple H has a new title in the company which is Executive Vice President of Global Talent Strategy & Development. Former Co-Presidents George Barrios and Michelle Wilson were given their severance packages and you can check them out at this link.