WWE News

Vince McMahon Selling WWE?

Vince McMahon Article Pic 8 WrestleFeed App

• Vince McMahon Selling WWE?

After the most recent mass releases, rumors started that WWE owner Vince McMahon is about to sell his company.

It’s believed that current WWE President (management position, not an on-screen role) Nick Khan is positioning the company for a sale right now.

Former WWE writer Dave Schilling posted the following on Twitter:

“Ummm I think WWE is for sale.

You don’t cut talent assets on this level unless you are trying to maximize profits before a sale.

Braun is a legit top guy, a former world champion, and a merchandise mover. Aleister Black was getting a push on TV LAST WEEK. This is very telling.”

Fightful Select reported the following:

“A lot of these releases were a surprise to many, and several within the company have already inquired to Fightful about the endgame of said releases.

There is a lot of speculating within about a potential sale down the line, but we’ve not heard that from WWE officials.”

Here’s what Bryan Alvarez said on Wrestling Observer Live:

“I do know and you can report this, there are a lot of people in and out of WWE and the business, fans, it’s no secret.

Everybody believes Nick Khan is setting this company up to be sold.

How do you say that it’s budgetary reasons when you’re making so much profit?

Well, you say it’s budgetary reasons when you decide the amount of money that you’re going to spend on talent.”

Also Read: Aleister Black Explains Why Vince McMahon Cancelled His Planned Title Win

WATCH: Maryse’s Big Knockers In Green Dress – Part 1:

• ON THIS DAY IN WWE HISTORY (June 2, 2002) – WWE Sunday Night HEAT

On this day in 2002, World Wrestling Entertainment aired an episode of their weekly TV show ‘WWE Sunday Night HEAT’.

This episode was pre-taped at the Skyreach Centre in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada and featured matches & storyline segments on the road to the ‘WWE King of the Ring 2002’ PPV.

The match-card can be found right here:

1. Matt Hardy vs. Justin Credible

2. X-Pac vs. D’Lo Brown

3. WWF Hardcore Title: Stevie Richards vs. Crash Holly

4. Raven vs. Shawn Stasiak

        
To Top