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Source: Saudi Arabian Prince Expected To Make "Significant Investment" In Endeavor

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 01 / 16 / 18

Endeavor, the holding company for WME, PBR, UFC and IMG, is "poised to get a significant investment from Saudi Arabian Crown Prince Muhammed bin Salman," according to a source cited by Donnelly & Waxman of THE WRAP. Bin Salman has been "seeking to open up Saudi Arabia to new forms of indust...

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