WWE is now among the top professional wrestling sports. Referees who are connected with the franchise were highly professional and trained for it. Mike Chioda is among the most professional officials of World wrestling entertainment. But how much money do they earn from the matches and main event pay-per view. In 2013 a sports magazine conclude that referees earning $150,000 annually.
There is huge difference in the salaries of the professional and senior referees. Seniors get paid upto $12,000 in big pay-per-view fights such for example the title fight at (Wrestle-Mania). Junior officials were new and they mostly take part weekly matches to get train.
|Officials||Per Match||Main Event||Annual Earnings||Appearances|
|Seniors||$3,000||$12,000||$200,000||Main Event & PPV-events|
Since 2015-17 Charles Robinson and Mike Chioda was selected for the title fights at main event likes (Royal Rumble, Wrestle-mania, Summer Slam. WWE referees are much better paid then any other sports (Officials). Here down in the table you will see estimated salaries these referees made per fight.
|Officials||Per Match||Main Event||Brand|
|Charles Robinson||$3,000||$12,000||Smack Down|
|Ryan Tran||$1,500||$6,000||Smack Down|
|Jason Ayers||$1,000||$4,500||Smack Down|
WWE officials play a crucial role in every match their one single decision can turn the match. Some-times their attention is diverted by the wrestlers mangers who were outside the ring and the fan’s favorite wrestler face defeat due to low blow. The referees of (World Wrestling Entertainment) are so powerful that they can make a match or break the match. There are some reports in 2014 published that referees were not happy with their salaries the reason is that they have to pay their travel expenses. The price of plane tickets get costly day to day.