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AEW has interest in combining with WWE

WWE Chairman and CEO Vince McMahon speaks at a press conference revealing the WWE Network at the 2014 International CES in Las Vegas.

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All Elite Wrestling, an expert fumbling league owned by the Khan household, has an interest in combining with World Wrestling Entertainment, according to individuals acquainted with the matter.

The Khans, who likewise own the National Football League’s Jacksonville Jaguars and the Premier League’s Fulham F.C., might partner with a tactical media business to share the copyright while combining the fumbling leagues, stated individuals, who asked not to be called due to the fact that the conversations are personal. AEW has a television carriage rights arrangement with Warner Bros. Discovery‘s TNT and TBS.

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The concept that Vince McMahon, the managing investor of WWE, would combine his business with the much smaller sized AEW is a long shot. AEW hasn’t had talks with McMahon or Nick Khan, the business’s president, stated individuals. McMahon might see offering to the Khans as a non-starter.

The Khans are open to talking about a possible function for McMahon, 77, after a sale however have not yet had those talks, among individuals stated. It’s uncertain what kind of task McMahon would desire with WWE after a sale, however WWE is a much bigger and more recognized company than AEW. McMahon, who deserved more than $3 billion since July, is likewise called the main imaginative force behind WWE’s stories.

Sports magnate Shahid Khan, 72, is ranked 292 on the Bloomberg Billionaires Index with a net worth of $7.56 billion. He likewise owns vehicle parts producer Flex-N-Gate.

Shahid Khan, the brand-new owner of the Jacksonville Jaguars.

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