List Of The Top 10 Highest Paid And Richest Female WWE Wrestlers And Their Salary 2021

List Of The Top 10 Highest Paid And Richest Female WWE Wrestlers And Their Salary 2021

Check out the highest paid and richest female wrestlers and divas in the star-studded WWE Women’s Division and their salary as of 2021

The male-dominated Attitude Era of WWE has long been gone as so many women, both rookies and veterans, have contributed to evolving the Women’s Divison to where it stands today. From headlining Wrestlemania to becoming the first Miss Money in the Bank(s), they have achieved it all. Take a look at the top ten highest paid female WWE wrestlers and their salaries as of 2021.

List Of The Top 10 Highest Paid Female WWE Wrestlers Of 2021 And Their Salary

10. Sasha Banks ($250,000)

Among her many achievements, The Boss is a six-time WWE Women’s Champion and the first Black woman to headline Wrestlemania. While her career has been fraught with injuries, she is no doubt one of the finest women in the company and is paid $250,000.

9. Carmella ($260,000)

Dancer and model, Carmella was the inaugural Miss Money in the Bank and Pro Wrestling Illustrated’s seventh female on the PWI Women’s 100 (2018). In addition, she plays one of the leads on Total Divas and is a certified fitness instructor. WWE pays her a salary of $260,000.

8. Nia Jax ($280,000)

Samoan and plus-size model Nia Jax has made quite a name for herself despite being cousin to The Rock. She is a two-time Women’s Tag Team Champion with Shayna Baszler and a former Raw Women’s Champion. She earns around $280,000.

7. Natalya ($300,000)

Natalya is the first third-generation female wrestler in the world who has been around since 2007. As a veteran, she is the first woman who has held both the WWE Divas Championship and the Smackdown Women’s Championship. WWE pays her a good $300,000.


6. Bayley ($350,000)

While Bayley is currently inactive due to an injury, she was WWE’s first female Triple Crown and Grand Slam winner and also the first woman to defend a title at Saudi Arabia. Last year’s PWI Women’s 100 list placed her at number one and she makes around $350,000.

5. Asuka ($350,000)

Asuka signed up with WWE in 2015 to become the first Japanese female to do so in over 20 years. She is a three-time Women’s Champion and topped the PWI Female 50 in 2017. Also a former NXT Women’s Champion, Asuka earns around $350,000.

4. Alexa Bliss ($350,000)


Bliss became the second Women’s Triple Crown Champion and the first women’s Elimination Chamber match. She has won both the Raw and Smackdown Women’s titles and was ranked at number two on the PWI Women’s 100 in 2018. She also earns a salary of $350,000.

3. Charlotte Flair ($1.1 million)

Charlotte Flair is a household name today and is every bit worth the hype to be hailed as the current face of the company. Nature Boy’s daughter has won more than ten WWE women’s titles and became the first female to headline a PPV. She makes a whopping $1.1 million.

2. Ronda Rousey ($2.1 million)


America’s first Olympic medalist in Judo and UFC Hall of Famer Ronda Rousey lives up to her name of being the ‘Baddest Woman On The Planet’ when you skim through her long list of achievements. WWE was lucky to have her for a short while. She was paid $2.1 million.

1. Becky Lynch ($3.1 million)

Of course, The Man Becky Lynch had to top this list! She is the current Smackdown Women’s Champion in her fourth reign and was ranked number one on the PWI Female 100 in 2019. WWE even lists the Irishwoman as one of their overall highest paid superstars with a salary of $3.1 million.

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