Vince McMahon is looking to sell WWE for around $9 billion.
Potential buyers include Saudi Arabia's Public Investment Fund, Fox, Disney, Comcast, Warner Bros, Netflix, Discovery, Amazon, UFC owner Endeavor Group Holdings, and Formula 1 owner Liberty Media.
Saudi Arabia's Public Investment Fund owns Newcastle United and LIV Golf.
Due to the deep pockets of potential buyers, a bidding war is expected.
Despite doubts over McMahon's willingness to sell, the sales process is shaping up nicely.
In July 2022, Vince McMahon resigned as Chairman, CEO, and Head of Creative.
Between 2006 and 2022, McMahon allegedly settled sexual misconduct claims by paying millions of dollars to several women.
McMahon was unanimously re-elected as executive chairman by the board of directors in January.
McMahon continues to own nearly 40% of WWE and effectively controls 80% of the voting power.
After a challenging few months, McMahon now wants to sell the company he founded.
The future of WWE remains uncertain.