Chad Gable is currently one of the highlights of Monday Night RAW alongside Alpha Academy teammate Otis. Just like everyone else on the WWE roster, he is well aware of WWE being sold to UFC’s parent company Endeavor and the subsequent merger between the two. It appears that Gable is quite positive about what the merger will entail.

WWE and UFC will be merging together to form a new company that will be worth $21 billion. Obviously, this is a very big deal for both WWE as well as the UFC. It is likely that the full effects of such a change won’t be felt until much later.

That being said, many people have already commented on the WWE and UFC merger – with most believing that it will do nothing but good things for both companies involved in the long run.

While speaking during a recent interview with Ryan Satin, Chad Gable was asked to share his thoughts about the WWE and UFC merger. Gable made it clear that he believes the merger will lead to a lot of opportunities.


We had heard a lot of talks about the company potentially getting sold and stuff recently and you never really know what to buy into or what to believe because there’s just so many rumors. But I will admit that this partnership is not one that even, I don’t know, it didn’t cross my mind really, the way they announced it. But to see it, it makes a lot of sense.

I think it’s gonna be a really cool, dynamic group and I heard the term ‘combat sports entertainment’ thrown out… and I’ve never even thought about that before or heard that but to me it’s like, the doors that-that opens and the possibilities, I think it’s gonna be a wild ride. I’m pretty excited for it.

Chad Gable is also considering a singles run despite being content with the Alpha Academy. Regardless, only time will tell whether WWE and UFC’s merger will lead to significant changes in the end.

What’s your take on what Chad Gable said? Do you expect great things from WWE and UFC’s merger? Sound off in the comments!

Subhojeet Mukherjee

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