The news broke that Vince McMahon muscled his way back into WWE on their Board of Directors, just days before Stephanie McMahon resigned, and then Mr. McMahon took his seat once again as Chairman of the Board. Now, the company is on the verge of a huge sale, reportedly to the Saudi Arabians. Naturally, many are commenting about this right now.

Vince McMahon’s return to WWE was to set up a future sale and also assist with the company’s media rights deals. Those deals were essentially held hostage by Mr. McMahon who, as majority shareholder, could throw a roadblock up on any deal they have in place.

AEW star Evil Uno apparently saw the news that WWE’s deal to sell the company to Saudi Arabia is reportedly “done.” This was a shocking bit of information, but Evil Uno wanted to make it very clear that he is not for sale.

Evil Uno is not for sale.

Evil Uno’s comments are quite tame, especially compared to some fans. The fact that things are going down like this is leaving a lot of fans feeling disenfranchised and feeling like they might be done with WWE.

WWE might be a private company once again, which would make shareholders a lot of money. In the end, we will have to see who runs the company’s creative direction, but odds are some serious changes are ahead. We will keep a very close eye on this subject, right here at Ringside News.

Felix Upton

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