WWE & UFC Merger Expected To Finalize Tomorrow

WWE might see some big changes very soon, as their merger with the UFC is going down very soon. That day is upon us, and fans don’t know what to expect next as WWE embarks on a new chapter in the company’s history.

We previously reported that WWE and UFC’s merger is expected to close this week. The date of September 12th is still the plan, and that is coming up tomorrow.

Today marks the final day of Vince McMahon’s independent majority control over WWE, a reign that has lasted for over four decades. He will soon be on the board of directors for TKO Holdings Group.

WWE stock hit an all-time high after news of WWE and UFC’s merger broke. Endeavor could bring a lot of powerful options to the table, adding to WWE’s already impressive list of contacts.



There is already talk about WWE and UFC stars mixing it up in video game form. Getting that thing moving is really only held back by this merger taking place. Gamers might have some fun matchups to look forward to in the future.

Some WWE employees are worried that this merger will cause their release from the company. Redundancies are bound to happen whenever a merger takes place. WWE and UFC were said to be running as two separate companies when the merger was first announced, and they will still have two headquarters, with UFC in Las Vegas and WWE with their brand-new facility in Stamford, Connecticut.

What’s your take on the WWE and UFC merger? Sound off in the comments to let us know what you think!

September 11, 2023 11:02 am

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