VINCE McMahon’s reign over WWE has come to an end after four decades with the company.
The 78-year-old wrestling mogul’s final day as majority owner of WWE is Monday during WWE Raw, marking the end of McMahon’s historic era.
McMahon announced in April that he had agreed to sell the company to Endeavor Group investors for $9.3 billion.
The deal is expected to close tomorrow, meaning both WWE and UFC will be under the same roof.
Monday’s episode of RAW will be the last under McMahon’s sole control.
Day-to-day operations will remain the same as Tripple H’s current position as Head of Creative.
McMahon won’t be completely out of the picture as he will continue to contribute to the company’s leadership.
He will serve as executive chairman of the new company and own 16%.
McMahon purchased the World Wrestling Federation from his father Vince Sr. in 1982.
He stepped down from his position as CEO in July 2022 amid allegations of sexual misconduct – which he has denied.
McMahon returned to oversee the merger with the UFC and underwent surgery to repair a spinal problem in July.
According to the information, the operation lasted almost five hours TMZ.
According to Combative selectionIt was a “major, life-changing operation.”
McMahon’s trial was deemed a success, although his role will look slightly different from now on as he rarely attends events.