Bray Wyatt’s Eye Watering WWE Contract Revealed

Bray Wyatt

Bray Wyatt returned to WWE at the conclusion of Extreme Rules, marking his first appearance for the sports entertainment since being let go in July 2021. He’s remained a constant fixture within the company ever since, being the number one babyface on Friday Night SmackDown and a top merchandise seller.

His return sparked a renewed interest in the WWE product, with fans intrigued as to what the former Fiend would bring to his second WWE run. That intrigue was boosted through the use of a social media campaign known as the White Rabbit Project, turning Bray Wyatt’s mysterious comeback into this multimedia phenomenon that had fans pouncing at every new piece of information.

Bray Wyatt Is Earning Millions From WWE

Given that he’s one of the biggest names in WWE at the moment, it’s hardly a surprise that Bray Wyatt is also one of the highest-earning Superstars on the roster. A recent article from The Mirror listed salaries for several active and retired WWE stars, with Bray Wyatt earning a reported $4 million.

Other names featured on the list included Brock Lesnar at a meaty $12 million, recent Crown Jewel adversaries Roman Reigns and Logan Paul at $5 million apiece, and The Undertaker, who is earning $2.5 million in retirement. The full list can be found below:

  • Brock Lesnar – $12 million
  • John Cena – $8.5 million
  • Roman Reigns – $5 million
  • Logan Paul – $5 million
  • Randy Orton – $4.5 million
  • Bray Wyatt – $4 million
  • AJ Styles – $3 million
  • Kevin Owens – $3 million
  • Seth Rollins – $3 million
  • Goldberg – $3 million
  • The Undertaker – $2.5 million
  • The Miz – $2.5 million
  • Dolph Ziggler – $1.5 million
  • Ronda Rousey – $1.2 million
  • Sheamus – $1 million
  • Becky Lynch – $1 million
  • Jinder Mahal – $900,000
  • Kane – $900,000

Moving forward, it appears that Bray Wyatt’s first match since WrestleMania 37 will be against LA Knight. The two got into it during a backstage segment on the November 11 Friday Night SmackDown, concluding when Wyatt decked Knight with a headbutt.