‘Worst-Case-Case’ Rumors of UFC’s Intention to Acquire WWE Drive Fans Crazy
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Fans seem outrageously unhappy with the idea of recent sudden changes in WWE ownership and the possibility of WWE being bought by another company, as they also call this incident “The worst case scenario” that never happened. arrived at WWE.
After Vince McMahon’s sudden retirement, the business was falling apart. Vincent can claim some of the credit for decades of success that was in his control as he battled many perils. However, after his departure, the company is headed in a new direction that fans are not happy about.
Additionally, there was huge speculation about WWE looking for a sale, but nothing has been done yet. Among the names that have been mentioned regarding the possible purchase of WWE is Zuffa, LLC, a subsidiary of Endeavor Group Holdings, who own the UFC.
On that note, WWE has gone through a lot of changes since Vince McMahon’s retirement. Currently, his daughter Stephanie McMahon is co-CEO alongside Nick Khan, and Triple H is the creative lead.
According to the recent report, the UFC wants to buy WWE for good. Since they are both similar in their own way and some of the UFC Superstars also work with WWE, there is some mutuality between these two companies. But fans have raised their voices against this because they don’t want the UFC to rule WWE’s future.
After the recent rumors, tweeters went completely nuts and people started posting comments and criticizing the whole process. However, some thought this was not possible due to recent changes in the business. Moreover, a few fanatical fans even warned the UFC against the potential acquisition of WWE. Below, some tweets are given as an example.
Pay discounts everywhere! UFC does not pay squat fighters
— Luxury Yacht Raymond (@Fulciisgod) October 17, 2022
I don’t think they are for sale, especially with the new maintainers.
— dimitrov_jr (@BDimitrov20) October 17, 2022
worst case scenario
— DarekPetrelli (@Darek_Petrelli) October 18, 2022
UFC owners are ready to buy WWE https://t.co/HdhhnqqKdg
— Cult Wrestling (@Cultaholic) October 17, 2022
When Endeavor president Mark Shapiro was asked about the recent incident, he replied, “It would be something interesting and worth exploring. Would we buy it? Who knows? Last time I checked, it wasn’t for sale. We are interested in all things related to the owned sports properties segment, “In the past many scenarios like this have happened, but who knows, this time it might be for real. Will the UFC definitely acquire WWE? Only time will tell.