The mainstream force known as World Wrestling Entertainment rules the current wrestling landscape.
Vince McMahon and company regularly produce an in-ring product that’s viewed by millions of fans on a weekly basis. Plus, they deliver PPV’s and other types of grand content on their WWE Network streaming service. Thanks to the new deal that will see that very same service carry over to NBC’s Peacock streaming client, WWE will rack up even more funds than ever before and continue to stay on top from a financial standpoint.
However, an up and coming wrestling fed has done its best to change the tide of the business as a whole. That company is known as All Elite Wrestling (AEW), which is primarily owned and led by the son of a billionaire businessman and sports tycoon. AEW’s early successes have played out in an impressive fashion and paint a picture of a bright future for the fledgling wrestling company.
So who owns AEW? It’s time you all got a better idea of the movers and shakers behind the organization, its inception, its rise to fame, and how things are looking for the company’s future dealings.