WWE Files Several New Trademarks
WWE recently filed four new trademarks to the United States Patent and Trademark Office, according to PWInsider.
A trademark for “RKO” was filed on March 28th for merchandise-related reasons.
A trademark for “WWE Stomping Grounds” was filed on April 15th for wrestling and entertainment-related purpose. This could likely the name for a successor show to WWE Breaking Grounds, which ran from 2015 to 2016 on the WWE Network and followed the lives of several NXT stars during their time on the brand and at WWE’s Performance Center.
WWE also filed two trademarks on April 22nd for “Garza Jr.” and “B Team University” to the USPTO. The application for Garza Jr. was filed for wrestling-related purposes involving a performer and the application for B Team University was filed for entertainment-related purposes involving a wrestling themed show.
Ric Flair Files Two New Trademarks
Ric Flair reportedly filed two new trademarks for “King of Drip” and Founder of Swag” on April 15th for entertainment-related purposes, according to PWInsider. Both applications were filed by Flair’s company called Ric Flair LLC.
Enzo and Big Cass Files Several New Trademarks for Music and Wrestling
Enzo and Big Cass recently filed three new trademarks to the USPTO.
A trademark for “nZo” was filed on April 23rd by Enzo for both musical and wrestling-related purposes. A trademark for “caZ XL” was also filed on April 23rd by Big Cass for wrestling and entertainment-related purposes.
PWInsider’s Steven Fernandes reported that a trademark for “Free Agent Z” was filed jointly by Enzo and Big Cass on April 23rd for wrestling and entertainment-related purposes.
Several AEW Trademarks Entering Opposition Phase Next Month
All Elite Wrestling’s trademarks for “AEW”, “All Elite Wrestling”, “Tuesday Night Dynamite”, and “Fight for the Fallen” reportedly will all be entering official opposition phase on May 28th, according to PWInsider.
If no objections are filed within the legal time period, all of AEW’s trademarks will be given official approval by the USPTO shortly afterwards.
WWE Expected to Oppose Starrcast’s Undertaker-related Trademark
WWE is expected to officially oppose Starrcast’s trademark for “Dead Man Talking” when it reaches official opposition phase on May 21st. This trademark was likely planned to be used for The Undertaker’s panel at next month’s Starrcast II convention prior to his removal from the event.