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Is WWE Up For Sale After Vince McMahon’s Retirement? Stephanie McMahon Answers

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• Is WWE Up For Sale After Vince McMahon’s Retirement? Stephanie McMahon Answers

During today’s Q2 earnings call, the question of WWE potentially being up for sale after Vince McMahon’s retirement was asked.

WWE Co-CEO Stephanie McMahon said Vince is still the controlling shareholder and their management team is always thinking about what’s best for business.

Stephanie was also asked about her leave of absence, which ended in just 3 weeks due to Vince’s hush money scandal – which led to Stephanie being named Interim-CEO (and eventually co-CEO).

She said no one forced her to come back from her leave – she offered to come back and help:

“I have worked my entire life for this business. I love this business. I took a leave of absence realizing that I needed a little bit of time with my family, given the grueling schedule and nature [of WWE].

I got about 3 weeks, which is more than a lot of other folks get, and I was not forced into returning as the CEO and Chairman in the interim position — I offered.”

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• ON THIS DAY IN WWF HISTORY (August 16, 1986) – WWF Maple Leaf Wrestling

On this day in 1986, the World Wrestling Federation aired another episode of their weekly TV show ‘WWF Maple Leaf Wrestling’.

This episode included pre-taped matches & interviews on the road to “WWF The Big Event”.

You can find the card below:

Paul Orndorff vs. Jose Louis Rivera

Mike Rotundo & Dan Spivey vs. Gino Carabello & Les Thornton

Bob Orton, Jimmy Jack & Hoss Funk vs. Mario Mancini, Ivan MacDonald & Terry Morgan

Billy Jack Haynes vs. Terry Gibbs

Dick Slater vs. Steve Lombardi

Rougeau Brothers vs. Tiger Chung Lee & Neil Carr

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