WWE Chief Content Officer Triple H and former WWE Chairwoman & Co-CEO Stephanie McMahon are reportedly against the sale of WWE, or at least they were at one point.
Axios recently wrote a piece on the recent WWE shakeups and noted that Triple H and Stephanie opposed a sale.
“Sources told Axios that Stephanie McMahon and her husband Paul ‘Triple H’ Levesque, the company’s chief content officer and a retired professional wrestler, had opposed a sale,” the report stated.
On a related note, the report mentioned how potential buyers for WWE include Comcast (NBCU parent company), Disney, Amazon, and even Apple. This is in line with an earlier report from today, which said all the media players that have been speculated on, such as Comcast, are in the mix, as is Saudi Arabia with their Public Investment Fund. Endeavor, the parent company to the UFC, is also “in the hunt” for WWE.
Stay tuned to WrestlingHeadlines.com for more. Below are links to some of our recent reports on the ongoing situation:
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