Rock was the first of the two to be signed. Rock would leave sting to join Texas Championship Wrestling. They both started out in Mid South. Flash stayed there and when it became the UWF, he changed his name to Sting. Rock went to World Class and became the Dingo Warrior, then went to WWE and became the Ultimate Warrior.
Below find recent amounts for the 4 Majors4 MAJORS:Australian Open 2011 Singles (Men & Women)Winner $2,200,000 = (2,185,679.94 USD)Runners-up $1,100,000 = (1,092,608.12 USD)French Open 2010 Singles (Men & Women)Winner 1,120,000 EUR = (1,526,375.70 USD)Runners-up 560,000 EUR = (763,410.90 USD)Wimbledon 2010 Singles (Men & Women)Singles Winner £1,000,000.00 = 1,586,542.83 USDRunners-up £500,000 = 793,823.96 USDUS Open 2010 Singles (Men & Women)Singles Winner $1,700,000 or 2,700,000 (Potential Payout with Bonus Prize Money)Runners-Up 850,000 or 1,350,000 (Potential Payout with Bonus Prize Money)
The amount the winners receive varies from year to year. Here are some amounts from several years:2013:Singles Champions (each): £1,600,000Singles Runner-up (each): £800,000Doubles Champions (per pair): £300,000Doubles Runners-up (per pair): £150,000Mixed Doubles Champions (per pair): £92,000Mixed Doubles Runners-up (per pair): £46,0002012:Singles Champions (each): £1,150,000Singles Runner-up (each): £575,000Doubles Champions (per pair): £260,000Doubles Runners-up (per pair): £130,000Mixed Doubles Champions (per pair): £92,000Mixed Doubles Runners-up (per pair): £46,0002010:Singles Champions (each): £1,000,000Singles Runner-up (each): £500,000Doubles Champions (per pair): £240,000Doubles Runners-up (per pair): £120,000Mixed Doubles Champions (per pair): £92,000Mixed Doubles Runners-up (per pair): £46,0002009:Singles Champions (each): £850,000Singles Runner-up (each): £425,000Doubles Champions (per pair): £230,000Doubles Runners-up (per pair): £115,000Mixed Doubles Champions (per pair): £92,000Mixed Doubles Runners-up (per pair): £46,0002007:Men's singles: £700,000Women's singles: £700,000Men's doubles: £222,900Women's doubles: £222,900Mixed doubles: £90,0002006:Men's singles: £655,000Women's singles: £625,000Men's doubles: £220,690Women's doubles: £205,280Mixed doubles: £90,000
£1 = $1.63 Total Prize Money £2,550,000 $4,158,285Singles Champions (each) £850,000 $1,386,095 Singles Runner-up (each) £425,000 $693,048 Doubles Champions (per pair) £230,000 $375,061 Doubles Runners-up (per pair) £115,000 $187,531 Mixed Doubles Champions (per pair) £92,000 $150,024 Mixed Doubles Runners-up (per pair) £46,000 $75,012
The answer is six. Load the bases with 3 singles (3) single up the middle, runner thrown out at home 3 times in a row. (6) The answer is six, but not in the manner listed above, which are actually 3 fielders choices. The real answer is: 2 singles to start the inning. Runners at first and second. 2 more singles with the lead runner thrown out at home. First and second, two out. 1 more single to load the bases. Bases loaded, two out. The sixth batter hits a ball that hits one of the runners. The runner is the third out, and the batter is credited with a single.
For their first "official" recordings for Polydor (backing singer Tony Sheridan) they were paid a session fee. For their initial singles contract with EMI's Parlophone Records they were paid a penny farthing per disc sold. (This had to be divided five ways: the four band members, and their manager Brian Epstein.) After "Please Please Me" became a hit, they were signed to a full record contract, with an increase in royalties.
Singles (Men & Women)Winners$1,700,000Runners-Up850,000Semifinalists400,000Quarterfinalists200,000Round of 16100,000Third Round50,000Second Round31,000First Round19,000TOTAL$15,916,000Doubles (Men & Women - Per Team)Winners$420,000Runners-Up210,000Semifinalists105,000Quarterfinalists50,000Round of 1625,000Second Round15,000First Round10,000TOTAL$3,600,000$3,600,000Mixed Doubles (Per Team)Winners$150,000Runners-Up70,000Semifinalists30,000Quarterfinalists15,000Second Round10,000First Round5,000TOTAL$500,000Singles Qualifying (Men & Women)Third Round Losers (16)$8,000Second Round Losers (32)5,625First Round Losers (64)3,000TOTAL$1,000,000TOTAL CHAMPIONSHIP EVENTS$21,016,000
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