WEB DESK: WWE main man Vince McMahon is not all ready to sell his family business but he persists that he is open to offers.
According to the New York Post, the former wrestler come owner said that the family is open to the idea of WWE being a part of interest in content companies such as UFC and Time Warner.
“We’re open to anything,” said McMahon, although any suitor, however, would have to let WWE “control its destiny,” he said.
WWE stock tumbled before McMahon’s comments, falling 9 percent in the morning, when the company said third-quarter operating profit rose 4.7 percent, to $24.5 million, on a slight revenue fall.
Shares closed up 4 cents. The WWE Network saw 24 percent subscriber growth.
This article originally appeared in New York Post