Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn Could leave WWE

Could Kevin Owens & Sami Zayn be first to leave WWE?

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If the allegations of a deal with Saudi Arabia are true, WWE may soon experience a talent exodus and Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn could be at the top of the list.

Although neither party has acknowledged these rumors, it was rumored last week that the Saudi Arabia Public Investment Fund acquired WWE.

Sean Ross Sapp was questioned if performers would threaten to leave if the middle-eastern country actually bought WWE during a Fightful live-stream.

If this sale does go through, Sapp said, “100%” of the company’s talent will go.

This is backed up by claims by our own site owner that Sami Zayn could also walk from the WWE.

Later in the stream, Sapp spoke about Sami Zayn, asking “how could he stay?!” if WWE is owned by the Saudi Arabia Public Investment Fund.

Due to his Syrian ancestry, Canadian-Syrian wrestler Zayn has been excluded from all WWE events in Saudi Arabia.

Kevin Owens has withdrawn from all WWE Saudi events as a sign of support for his on-screen opponent and closest buddy in real life.

Sapp emphasized that although there have been rumors of a sale, neither WWE nor the Saudi fund has officially announced anything as of yet.

Following the news of Stephanie McMahon’s resignation from WWE, a rumor has surfaced that the company has been sold to Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund and is expected to return to being a private entity.

Reddit user kerrmit125 a trusted source revealed “WWE has been sold.”

Steven Muehlhausen of DAZN.com also tweeted:

“Sources: WWE has been sold to Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund. The company will go back to being private. Unknown if Vince McMahon will return to head of creative but it is expected by some people.”

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