VINCE McMahon has been spotted for the first time since selling shares in WWE parent company TKO Group in a deal worth $700 million.
Less than a week ago, McMahon, 78, sold 8.4 million shares of TKO.
In September, UFC and WWE officially joined forces on TKO.
With the merger, McMahon resigned from WWE and became Executive Chairman of TKO.
As part of the move, WWE legend Triple H took over as head of WWE’s creative department.
It marks the first time in WWE history that the wrestling promotion will not operate under a McMahon name.
Some fans believe McMahon will retire from the company, and his sale could be the first indication of that.
It has been since the sale last week pictured For the first time, he looked almost unrecognizable.
McMahon was photographed carrying a black cane, wearing a plaid suit jacket with his patented mustache and a black beret.
Fans on Instagram commented on the wrestling star’s look.
One wrote: “Bro out here looking like Walt Disney.”
A second said: “French McMahon.”
Another added: “Mc. Pimp.”
And a fourth remarked: “He’s getting old.”
Despite selling for over $700 million, McMahon still holds a significant stake in the company.
According to reports, it was only around 30 percent of his possessions.
His remaining shares are worth around $2 billion.