Several Top Level Executives Recently Sold Off Company Stock
Vince McMahon and several high-level WWE executives recently sold off more of their WWE stock.
A recent filing to the SEC revealed that Vince McMahon, Stephanie McMahon, and Triple H were among WWE’s top executives who sold off another portion of their stock in the company on July 22nd.
List of executives and stock amounts involved ($70.23 per share):
- Vince McMahon – 2,627 shares sold (estimated earnings: $886,794.21)
- Paul Levesque (Triple H) – 17,563 shares sold (estimated earnings: $1,233,449.49)
- Stephanie McMahon – 17,681 shares sold (estimated earnings: $1,241,736.63)
- Kevin Dunn – 68,628 shares sold (estimated earnings: $4,820,430.72)
- Mark Kowal – 3,845 shares sold (estimated earnings: $270,034.35)
- Michelle Wilson – 65,318 shares sold (estimated earnings: $4,612,757.16)
It was also reported that George Barrios sold 139,175 of his shares at between $69.46 to $70.62 per share and generated an estimated earnings of $9,828,538.
Ahead of this morning’s investor’s meeting, WWE’s stock ended trading at $69.90 (Monday), $68.32 (Tuesday), and $68.73 (Wednesday) per share this week.
Interview: Steve Austin on Who is the Greatest Wrestler of All-Time
TMZ Sports held a recent interview with “Stone Cold” Steve Austin and one of the topics discussed included who he considers to be the greatest professional wrestler of all-time.
“[Ric Flair] is the absolute greatest of all-time to ever lace-up a pair of boots and the greatest world champion of all-time. Hulk Hogan was such a huge name in putting wrestling on the map and taking it to the heights that he did but Ric Flair is someone that I hold near and dear to me. Many people know Ric better than I do but we’ve become such good friends and I have such admiration for him. I’ve been down in the dumps too and I’ve had guys reach out to me and it’s helped me when I’ve been in a bad time. Any kind of support that I can be there for Ric, I’m glad and proud to be his friend. I wish him nothing but the best. He’s a very special human being. They broke the mold when they made that guy.”
WWE Network Hidden Gems Addition
This gem is the entire April 19, 1985 event from Pro Wrestling USA featuring an Ugandan Death Match of Sgt. Slaughter vs. Kamala. WWENetworkNews reported that this event was co-promoted with American Wrestling Association as part of AWA’s failed attempt to fight off WWF’s national expansion at the time.
Pro Wrestling USA 04/19/1985 – Meadowlands Mayhem
Sgt. Slaughter battles Kamala in a Ugandan Death Match, while Larry Zbyszko tangles with Bob Backlund in this Pro Wrestling USA spectacular.