WWE: New WWE Network Series, Kevin Dunn Incident at Extreme Rules, New Trademarks

New WWE Timeline Series Debuting This Weekend on WWE Network

WWE reportedly will be debuting a new series this weekend on the WWE Network, according to WWENetworkNews.com.

The new series is titled WWE Timeline and will premiere on Sunday, August 9th at 8PM ET.

The debut episode reportedly is titled “Whatever It Takes” and will focus on the longtime rivalry between The Miz and Daniel Bryan in WWE.

Kevin Dunn Involved in Backstage Incident at Extreme Rules

WWE Executive Vice President of Television Production Kevin Dunn reportedly was involved in a backstage incident during last month’s Extreme Rules event, according to Fightful.

Sean Ross Sapp reported that Dunn was very vocal over his unhappiness with the production of the RAW Women’s Championship match between Sasha Banks and Asuka during the event. Dunn reportedly was very upset that cameras were catching Bayley in spots they were not supposed to be showing.

Sapp reported that “when asking around, we were told it wasn’t significant, but enough to get Dunn to shout at people over it for not protecting talent.”

WWE Files Several New Trademarks

WWE recently filed several new trademarks to the United States Patent and Trademark Office.

Trademarks for “Drew Gulak”, “Pete Dunne”, “Tony Nese”, “Jordan Devlin”, and “Dexter Lumis” were all filed on July 30th for wrestling and entertainment-related purposes.