The general consensus is that, right now, Universal doesn't stand to benefit from letting the theme park rights go to Disney. As long as the Marvel films continue to be successful, they're able to make money off of them. Heck, they sell Disney-licensed products in their gift shops. Backing off of Sky might make a difference, but it doesn't look good. I'm not as up on Universal parks as I am Disney, but I think Disney will be able to use the Fantastic Four, but Universal has had a Wolverine walk-around character, so I'm not sure how that would affect the X-Men. We don't have access to the actual contract, so all we have to go on is that we know that Universal owns theme park rights to certain "families" of Marvel heroes.I think the big thing most people push back against is because of Universal and BP most likely falling into their rights usage. I'm wondering if Disney could flex some muscle in regards to using BP somewhere in WDW, but it seems unlikely in the current climate. Unless Disney backs off their SKY bid as a bargaining chip to put in place a plan to get their Marvel East coast theme park right back. But who knows???