As noted earlier, The Stamford Advocate published an article this week with financial data from a Proxy Statement that was released this week. They noted that after stock awards, three WWE executives actually made more than Vince McMahon. Chief Financial and Strategy Officer George Barrios received $4.5 million, Executive Producer Kevin Dunn received $4.8 million and Chief revenue and Marketing Officer Michelle Wilson received $4.5 million. Vince McMahon received $3.3 million, while Paul "Triple H" Levesque was paid $3.1 million as Executive Vice President of Talent, Live Events and Creative. Barrios, 50, has been with the company since 2008 while Dunn, 55, has been with the company since 1984. Wilson, 50, has been with WWE since 2008.
|Vincent K. McMahon||$1,184,500||$1,250,000||$1,325,000|
|George A. Barrios||$700,000||$728,000||$764,400|
|Michelle D. Wilson||$700,000||$735,000||$771,750|
|Paul "Triple H" Levesque||$550,000||$577,500||$606,375|
It was also noted in the document that Stephanie McMahon's total compensation for 2015 was approximately $1,738,950, which included her compensation as a performer and as an executive for the company. As reported earlier, it also stated that Shane McMahon "will receive in excess of $120,000" as a performer for the company, although "no agreement has been reached at this time."