On August 2, AEW filed for a trademark for “AEW Revolution” at the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
It’s not clear what the trademark is specifically for, but similar to previous AEW trademarks filed, it’s trademarked for use for various miscellaneous “goods and services,” including “Entertainment services, namely, an ongoing television show about professional wrestling” but also things like “downloadable ring tones,” clothing, action figures, and more.
AEW’s previous trademarks, including “Wednesday Night Dynamite,” are trademarked for the same list of goods and services.
“Wednesday Night Dynamite” appeared to be the front-runner for AEW’s TV show name after they filed to trademark that in June, but AEW has also been considering other names for the show. “AEW Revolution” might be one of them, or it could be the name of a PPV, or it might not end up being used for anything.