The UFC Just Bought Out the WWE

INGLEWOOD, CALIFORNIA - APRIL 01: Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn wrestle The Usos for the Undisputed WWE tag team championship during WrestleMania 39 at SoFi Stadium on April 01, 2023 in Inglewood, California. (Photo by Unique Nicole/Getty Images)

It looks like the McMahon family will no longer be running the circus that is World Wrestling Entertainment. Endeavor Group, the holding company of the UFC, is looking to change the game in the entertainment world by acquiring the WWE. The UFC, originally valued at $12.1 Billion, will grow to $21.4 billion after its acquisition of the WWE. The deal is set to close in late 2023. UFC fighters and WWE wrestlers are both fired up about the merger and are taking to social media to promote it.

I think McGregor going to the WWE would make a ton of sense. I love him as a fighter and I think he makes the UFC much more entertaining, but the guy has completely lost his chin. He lost his last two fights to Porrier and hasn’t had a win in years. I would love to see him fight again, but I think his time has come, and I could definitely see the WWE becoming the retirement home of the UFC.

I was never the biggest wrestling fan growing up but certain guys like Rey Mysterio and the Undertaker will always have a special place in my heart. There’s something about watching a 5’6″ muscle hamster fly around the ring that will always fire me up. To be honest I think the WWE has been falling off lately. Some of the celebrities that they bring in to “wrestle” have no business being in the ring. I love Snoop Dogg but the clip of him dropping the people’s elbow is brutal to watch.

I think the UFC could bring the WWE to another level that we have never seen before. I love the idea that it is going to become a publicly traded company. I think this is going to make people buy in to the new fight league and I could see it taking off. I don’t know about you guys, but I am pumped to see the future of both the WWE and the UFC.

Written by Brady White

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  1. Not to be That Guy, but Snoop was never supposed to wrestle last weekend, must less drop a People’s Elbow. Shane McMahon blew out his quad 30 seconds into the match and Snoop had to step in and improvise. He actually came as close to saving the segment as anyone with no training could have.

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