WWE and UFC are now under the TKO Holdings Group banner, with Endeavor leading the way. Now, the Board of Directors is set for that new company.

The last WWE-appointed member for the new TKO company’s Board of Directors has received official confirmation. No, Triple H did not have his name called. As we previously reported, The Game was left off the new TKO Board of Directors.

Following the merger, Endeavor has six representatives on the TKO Board of Directors, while WWE has five. In August, Endeavor confirmed its six representatives, while WWE had initially confirmed just four, leaving one vacancy.

Endeavor’s six representatives are Ari Emanuel, Egon P. Durban, Jonathan A. Kraft, Sonya E. Medina, Mark Shapiro, and Carrie Wheeler. WWE’s initially confirmed four representatives were Vince McMahon, Nick Khan, Steven R. Koonin, and Nancy R. Tellem.


Now that the merger has been officially completed, the fifth WWE Board of Directors member has also been confirmed as Peter C. Bynoe via press release. Of course, this is a name that some WWE fans might not know.

Bynoe is a Chicago attorney and businessman who, in 1989, alongside Bertram Lee, acquired a controlling stake in the Denver Nuggets, becoming the first black owners of a major sports team.

TKO Holdings Group has some big plans for their future, including change for WWE pay-per-views. We will be here for you the entire time, right here at Ringside News, to bring you all the updates.

What’s your take on the new TKO Holdings Group? Will it change how much you like WWE? Sound off in the comments to let us know what you think!

H Jenkins

H Jeknins is a News Correspondent at Ringside News, keeping wrestling fans updated with timely and accurate reports on all things wrestling.

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