“I Love It But” Popular WWE Personality Hints at an Unexpected Exit After Talks for the Company’s Sale Show No Sign of Stopping

Published 02/23/2023, 11:45 AM EST

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When a fan switches on WWE, they don’t just expect to see two guys beat up each other. Of course, that still remains one of the more sought-after parts of the entertainment program but the promotion is packed with several other elements, such as enticing storylines and exciting drama. Most importantly, they have enthusiastic commentators to convey emotion through the TV screen. One such commentator is Pat McAfee, who can pour life into the action with his words.

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In a recent tweet, the sports analyst shared a life update, to keep fans in the loop. Moreover, McAfee offered some clarity on his future with the WWE.

Pat McAfee is concerned about the change in WWE ownership

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Pat McAfee recently addressed several issues about his professional career and personal life. Along with WWE, The ESPN commentator addressed his future with College Game Day, the sports program that shot him into the limelight. He also spoke about his future with WWE.

McAfee wroteBaby girl on the way… what’s that mean for my future with @WWE? I LOVE it but, they’re allegedly gonna be sold, who’s buying them? Do I want to work/make money for those people?

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The 35-year-old is excited to become a father and admitted to loving the WWE. However, the US sports analyst is concerned about the rumors surrounding the promotion’s sale.

It remains to be seen whether Vince McMahon goes through with the much-rumored sale of the WWE. However, McAfee isn’t completely sure, that he wants to continue if the ownership changes hands.

Fans try to decode Vince McMahon’s plan behind selling the WWE

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The whole WWE world is confused about McMahon’s intentions about selling WWE. He quoted the price at an absurd figure of $9 billion as per Bloomberg. Most fans believe that the Saudi-backed PIF is leading the talks to acquire the company. However, this crazy figure might be a ploy from McMahon.

Moreover, fans believe McMahon wants to regain the lost control since Triple H took over as creative head. Therefore, all things considered, the WWE might head in a different direction, due to McMahon’s decisions.

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Written by:

Vulligundam Ruthwik

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Vulligundam Ruthwik is a UFC author at EssentiallySports. Ruthwik has completed his Mass Communication and Journalism from St. Joseph’s in Hyderabad.
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