Franky Monet Says What She Thinks Will Happen To WWE In Next Five Years

Franky Monet in an NXT ring.

Former WWE superstar Franky Monet has revealed that she believes WWE will be under new ownership within the next five years.

Franky Monet only had a short stint working on the NXT brand, signing for the company in April 2021 and being released after just seven months and only having six matches for the company.

She has since reverted to the name she built her reputation under, Taya Valkyrie. One of her top achievements came in IMPACT Wrestling, where she is the longest-reigning Knockouts Champion.

In a brief post on social media, Franky Monet has commented that she expects WWE to be sold to new owners within the next five years.

There have been plenty of rumours circulating in recent months about the future intentions of the company, especially given the number of releases which have taken place throughout 2020 and 2021 with the most common reason given being “budget cuts”.

The most recent round of cuts on 18th November 2021 included Monet’s husband John Morrison, along with the likes of Hit Row who had only recently made their main-roster debuts, Tegan Nox and Drake Maverick.

Other factors which many are including in the possibility of the sale of WWE is the fact that Tony Khan has come in at a very powerful level, and that the company will be moving in to a temporary rented headquarters next year as it sells off its offices as a tangible asset.

However, this is by no means a certainty and some people are claiming that Vince McMahon won’t sell WWE as he sees it as his family’s legacy.