There will be at least one investment group ready to pounce if WWE puts up for sale soon. 

Saudi Arabia's Public Investment Fund has surfaced as a potential buyer for the WWE, 

claims Michael McCarthy of Front Office Sports. The Public Investment Fund of 

Saudi Arabia is said to be in charge of $620 billion worth of assets.

With LIV Golf, Saudi Arabia has already shook up the sports world. 

Buying the WWE would make a bold statement. According to LightShed 

Partners analyst Brandon Ross, "there's an infinite spigot of funds there, just like they did LIV." 

"On the basis of only those two [WWE events held in Saudi Arabia], the 

Saudis already contribute a sizable portion of the company's profitability. 

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