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How much money does a WWE writer earn?

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2009-10-27 17:47:05
2009-10-27 17:47:05

You can expect to earn about one case of Milwaukee's Best a week starting out, more experienced writers can earn up to 3 cases of Budweiser/week.

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depends on the contract


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go ask her but I dont think she earns money since she is out of wwe


I think that he takes 10000 dollar


more then we will know or see in a million life times


Because he needed money and there wasnt much for him to do on wwe so he didnt earn the money he wanted to for his family


wwe superstars earn money according to their contracts ranging from 5 to 9 wks., 3 to 9 mths., or 1 yr. , the superstar's gender and their popularity with the fans



of course the do they are smexy


Sorry salaries are confidential


WWE only gets around 5,000$$ more a year than TNA: Total Nonstop Action


the low end average of a wwe wrestlers income is $2000 a week


It depends- if they do impressive in WWE they might get about 8-10 million a year.


it is not about money it is about working your butt off and maybe getting noticed by a WWE scout


You don't pay to get into WWE! If you don't have a contract you won't be in WWE


They are a profitable company but do not have the money and resources that wwe has


You earn money in career mode then you purchase him.


It depends on how popular they are.


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The quickest (and only) way to earn money in Smackdown! vs. Raw 2008 is to win matches in season mode.


It all depend on what contract they are with.


http://www.wwe-careers.com/wwe/jobboard/JobDetails.aspx?__ID=*AC5F80BAD409E322 That link will show you the requirements to be a writer in the WWE


He a writer for wwe smackdown


they make about 20,000 a year so for a week they make 4,000 dollars



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