WWE and its parent company TKO have been under the leadership of Vince McMahon for a long time, and recently, there have been some changes on the horizon. Vince McMahon, who is the majority owner of TKO, is planning to divest a large portion of his shares in the company. The move, according to sources, is an effort to maximize on the recent rise in WWE’s stock prices and capitalize on his control over TKO. Recent reports indicate that he plans to sell up to half of his shares over the next two years. If this happens, it could mean a huge shift in the company’s power structure. The move has left many people wondering who might step into McMahon’s role as the majority owner of the company. McMahon has been the driving force behind TKO’s success for years, and many people are questioning what this move might mean for the future of the company. Some speculate that the sale of shares could lead to a new person stepping into the role of majority owner, while some suggest that McMahon is looking to increase his stake in the company’s future. Regardless of the reasoning, it is clear that Vince McMahon’s decision to sell off his majority stake in TKO will have far-reaching implications for the future of the company. While it remains to be seen who will step into Vince McMahon’s role, the sale of his majority stake in TKO could have significant consequences for WWE, the parent company and its fans. It is definitely an interesting development to keep an eye on and could potentially lead to a major shift in the company’s power structure.