This market has been desperate for mergers, with investors hanging on every word from embroiled tech giants Broadcom and Qualcomm.
Shares of Wynn fell under pressure in recent months after its founder and CEO, Steve Wynn, stepped down amid a storm of sexual misconduct allegations against him. But with Wynn out and the stock in recovery, Cramer had some new hope for the company.
"I think Wynn might be acquired by another casino company now that Steve Wynn has stepped down from his operating role in the wake of those admittedly disturbing sexual misconduct allegations," he said. "I think it's a natural takeover target for, say, Las Vegas Sands or even MGM. It doesn't rally $10 bucks in one session idly for nothing."