The Stamford Advocatereports that WWE issued the first of two big stock awards to George Barrios, Kevin Dunn and Michelle Wilson to keep them on the company's board and reward them for their efforts in the building of the WWE Network. The 2015 installment of the awards totaled $3.1 million and put all of three of them ahead of Vince McMahon in total yearly compensation.
Dunn was paid a total of $4.8 million as executive producer. Barrios (Chief Financial Officer) and Wilson (Chief Revenue & Marketing Officer) raked in $4.5 million. McMahon was paid $3.3 million, while Triple H made $3.1 million, which included $1.7 million for his work as an on-air talent.