Nick Khan On Possible WWE Sale: "We're Open For Business"

Could WWE be sold soon?

Nick Khan has admitted WWE are "open for business" in regards to a possible sale.

Vince McMahon's company have conducted several rounds of cuts since WrestleMania 37 across the main roster and NXT and cutbacks have also been made at Titan Towers in recent months. 

This has fuelled speculation that Vince McMahon is streamlining the company ahead of a possible sale, and now WWE President Nick Khan has revealed on Recode Media that the organisation are open to selling. Khan noted, though, that WWE aren't actively pursuing a sale. 

"We're open for business on anything and everything. Even some of the business plans that we've announced recently are different and unique to what the company has traditionally done. We're open for business. If somebody called, we'll listen, but we're not active or out on the marketplace trying to change that structure," Khan stated.

Khan was also asked about possibly running the company should Vince McMahon step aside. 

"I don't think Vince has any plans, nor in my opinion should he, of stepping aside. He's 75, he'll be 76 in a couple of weeks. He's healthy, he's strong, maybe he goes another 50 years and you'll be asking me this in 49 years," the WWE president added.

H/T to Fightful

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