AEW President Tony Khan has a lot going for him when it comes to being the owner of the company as well as his dedication to professional wrestling. The current climate in professional wrestling is a very interesting one, as the likelihood of WWE getting sold is at an all-time high. Multiple companies are in contention when it comes to WWE getting sold. In fact, it seems Tony Khan is interested in merging AEW and WWE.

After returning to the company last week, Vince Mcmahon regained control of the company’s Board of Directors as the Executive Chairman of WWE, following Stephanie McMahon’s resignation.

Due to this, rumors started spreading that Vince McMahon came back to sell his company to the highest bidder. In fact, it was believed WWE was going to be sold to Saudi Arabia until reports proved otherwise.

As previously reported, Tony Khan is in the current pool of potential buyers for WWE. According to a report by CNBC, several sources familiar with the situation have confirmed that Tony and his father Shahid Khan are interested in merging AEW and WWE.

It was added that the Khans would not seek to buy WWE themselves, but would team with a financial group and pool their resources. In fact, the Khans are open to discussing a potential role for McMahon after a potential sale, but no talks have been had just yet.

At this time, WWE is not close to finalizing any sale, especially with Saudi Arabia. Only time will tell whether Tony Khan ends up purchasing WWE, as that would turn out to be a major event for professional wrestling.

What’s your take on this situation with WWE selling the company? Sound off in the comments!

Subhojeet Mukherjee

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