Is WWE just the beginning to sell its streaming platform service to NBC Universal? Brandon Thurston, owner of Wrestle Nomics, believes he sold the entire company to NBCU one day when he accessed social media via Twitter and discussed the potential of WWE. However, Thurston admitted that such a deal seems much more likely when the next generation begins after McMahon’s death. Please see the tweet below.
It makes more and more sense for NBCU to buy WWE. But I don’t think there is enough money for Vince to let go of interest management. When the next generation takes over, it seems that the possibility of sale will increase. https://t.co/Wvjr0TN4Tg
— Brandon Thurston (@BrandonThurston) January 25, 2021
In other news centered around Vince McMahon, former WWE superstar Chris Masters Recently In his opinion, Vince McMahon discussed why he changed his mind about a particular superstar. When talking to K-wrestling Inside S Koop, the masterpiece said:
“You don’t necessarily know it will come in, but I think it’s just as easy. For example, Vince may be your fan one week and tired of you the next. Hmm. What was interesting to him one week may not be interesting to him the next week. That’s the change.
But that’s why in wrestling they are always talking about evolving and changing with the times. I think sometimes it matches what you should be … definitely at WWE, what you do to change yourself in that the company, management, or the boss himself is getting cold to you Updates that may need to be understood. As you know, something gets hot again. “
– WWE Sports
WWE was able to sell to big names after Vince McMahon died
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