How much did Nick Khan earn last year?



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How much did Nick Khan earn last year?

In the world of pro-wrestling, the company that has the highest overall revenues and turnover of all the other companies in the world, is certainly the WWE, with the number one federation in the world that after becoming a company also listed on the stock exchange has managed to build a real empire on the sport-entertainment offered by its Superstars and its performers.

When we talk about WWE, in fact, we are talking about millions and millions of dollars, spread on the salaries of the wrestlers, on the costs spent to stage world-class shows such as Summerslam, the Royal Rumble or Wrestlemania, but also ancillary costs such as travel, private jets, advertising, medical staff and so on.

One of the things that WWE Universe fans are most greedy and curious about, is always knowing how much the great Superstars and/or executives of the Stamford company earn, with the latest news regarding these numbers, which concern the most top of the WWE management, or its two presidents: Vince McMahon and Nick Khan.

According to Forbes magazine, both WWE owner Vince McMahon and his right-hand man Nick Khan will both earn a few million dollars from their work at WWE in 2022.

Nick Khan on the large number of releases made by WWE

The Chairman will pocket to be exact, the beauty of 2 million dollars, while instead, Khan will stop at 1.2 million.

The aforementioned salaries have already been calculated by some companies that deal with these financial accounts, while the salaries already received in 2021 have been formalized and Vince McMahon earned 1.4 million dollars, while Nick Khan had earned the same amount of money, or 1.2 million.

In practice, Vince McMahon will earn $ 800,000 more than last year. In addition, Nick Khan also has a grant for his equity enrollment, which was previously $ 9 million and has risen by another 7.5 million this year, to a total of around $ 16 million.

Nick Khan has been linked to these decisions, taking the brunt of criticism from WWE fans for these releases. He recently sat down with Ariel Helwani of BT Sport, discussing a host of topics. Khan revealed how involved he was in making the releases.

Vince McMahon ultimately has the final say. "There's a collective of us. And keep in mind, in WWE there's one boss. That's Vince, as we all know. So between Bruce Prichard, who oversees the entire creative process, between Kevin Dunn who oversees all of our production, between Stephanie McMahon, [Triple H], all are involved in these decisions, with ultimately Vince making the final decision on everything," Nick Khan said.