His pay is based on a currency conversion to the Danish krone I believe.
It's around 1.5 mil krone, but the conversion factor agreed in the contract may have remained constant and since then the krone appreciated in value against the U.S. dollar.
Not unfathomable given Bernanke's 'quantitative easing' policy.
Thanks, that makes sense.
Meanwhile, a 6 year veteran like Gleison Tibau is making only $33000 base.
Tibau has been boring everyone for 6 years and i bet Woodley is still on his strikeforce contract.