Vince McMahon’s unexpected return from retirement sent shockwaves throughout the pro wrestling world earlier this year. The billionaire wants to sell his company for a price that’s said to be much more than the actual worth.
It was reported that Vince McMahon is aiming to receive up to $9 billion from the sale of World Wrestling Entertainment Inc. That has been his sole prime focus since his return this year.
WWE, so far, hasn’t opted to respond to the offers. The question about WWE’s potential sale came up during the post-Elimination Chamber press conference as well. Triple H was asked to provide his thoughts on WWE possibly being sold.
The Game noted that he’s staying out of the sale negotiations, adding that he’s good as long as the talent and creative get to deliver shows the way they see fit. Check out his comments below:
“Depends on who’s buying, I suppose. What the offer is. What the outcome is. Stay out of it, to me. And that’s not a compound answer. I have the greatest gig in the world. I helped tonight in some small way… create the magic we did here tonight. And to me, it’s the best gig on the planet. As long as we get to do this, as long as we get to create it, as long as we get to do our jobs, and we get to go out there and put our passion on display, as long as our talent can put their passion on display and do what we do, I’m good.”
Elsewhere during the press conference, Triple H praised Logan Paul for his incredible showing at the event. You can read more on that by clicking on the link here. Stay tuned to Ringside News for more from the world of pro wrestling.
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