WWE and UFC’s merger is finished, and they will operate under the TKO Holdings Group banner. That TKO stock sold well on opening day as Wall Street chanted the letters of the stock on the NYSE floor. When it comes to WWE’s television presentation, there are a lot of things on the table.

The new TKO Holdings Group is set to take off with all the steam and momentum they can right out of the gate. WWE and UFC will also be massive when it comes to cashflow. Through this whole merger, Triple H will also keep his position in WWE as Chief Content Officer. Although Frank Riddick’s departure is the only change we’ve seen in WWE so far, a lot more things are being discussed.

We previously reported that WWE is discussing new title belts after the merger. After all, a new branding could come with this in time. So far, TKO’s logo hasn’t been seen on WWE programming, as it wasn’t even placed in the opening video package before NXT this week, or inserted at the bottom of the screen during the closing moments of the show.

BWE posted on X to say that there is currently an opinion backstage that WWE could bring in a huge facelift after the TKO Holdings Group started. This could include weight classes, trios titles, and so much more.


There is an opinion being discussed for a whole new titles scheme in WWE. Revamps, new names, weight class, trios, etc. again, just an opinion discussed.

It was further noted by the proven WWE insider that they often share, “opinions and soft plans that get discussed backstage.” That being said, don’t expect to see any huge presentation changes right now.

WWE didn’t even place a TKO Holdings Group logo on any portion of NXT this week, and they very well could. We will have to see if they make any kind of deal about the UFC merger on SmackDown, but it seems that they are going along with business as usual right now.

What’s your take on WWE’s future after the UCF merger went down? Sound off in the comments to let us know what you think!

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