WWE was making plans for a new Headquarters for a while, but the pandemic got in the way. Now, with Endeavor merging WWE and the UFC together, that brings even more questions about what is next.

Click here for our first look at some new photos from WWE’s brand-new headquarters. It appears that they will have a lot of room for activities.

Vince McMahon is still in charge of WWE after the UFC merger. He will oversee the company while Dana White continues leading UFC in his own way. The two companies, while they are going to merge under one publicly traded TKO stock, will operate separately.

PW Insider reported that WWE is still moving to a new headquarters. The current projection is that they will have all of their staff in the new HQ by the end of 2023.


World Wrestling Entertainment is slated to begin moving departments into their new downtown Stamford, CT Headquarters next week, PWInsider.com can confirm.

Undeterred by the announced acquisition of the company by Endeavor, the plan is to have every division under one roof in the new HQ by the end of the year, if not sooner.

Vince McMahon’s company is busier than ever as staff prepares for the next chapter in WWE history. This will be an exciting time and a move is still taking place through it all.

WWE’s headquarters will still be in Stamford, so they don’t have to move far. The big talking point is that the move will continue despite the merger. Another huge question is how many employees will have time to settle into that new HQ before WWE starts cutting departments due to the UFC merger creating redundancies in their workforce.

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