Another WWE Change Under New Management Revealed?

Another WWE Change Under New Management Revealed? WWE

Another WWE change that has been made since the Endeavor takeover and new management in the company has potentially been revealed.

Numerous big changes have already happened behind the scenes in WWE since the takeover of Endeavor, which was finalised last September.

Per PWInsider, WWE surprisingly didn’t have an official booth at the annual Licensing Expo in Las Vegas, a change which was likely brought on by the company’s takeover by Endeavor.

WWE previously had regularly had a large exhibitor space at the event, going back several decades, and would also bring in talents for signings and to take part in meet and greets with potential company partners.

AEW also did not have an official booth at the Expo, though New Japan Pro Wrestling did have a small booth under it’s Bushiroad parent company, which promoted NJPW to potential licensors and partners.

The IWGP Heavyweight Championship was showcased at the event, as well as a poster featuring the NJPW roster and a Hiroshi Tanahashi action figure.

MLW also had a presence at the Expo, where they took several meetings.

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2 weeks ago by Connel Rumsey



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