WWE has filed for three new Trademarks

As reported by WrestleTalk, WWE filed for three new trademarks (TMs) on May 16 under the United States Patent and Trademark Office. They seem to include a name.

WWE has submitted TMs for the terms ‘DYAD’, ‘Schism’ and ‘Sol Ruca’. The descriptions for all three profiles are the same and can be read below:

“Mark For: DYAD / Schism / Sol Ruca is a trademark intended to cover categories of entertainment services, specifically wrestling exhibitions and performances by a professional wrestler and entertainer. broadcast live and through broadcast media including television and radio, and over the internet or a commercial online service; provides wrestling news and information over a global computer network; provides providing information in the field of sports and entertainment through online community portals; providing websites in the field of sports entertainment information; fan club services, in particular organizing sports events Wrestling sports for wrestling fan club members; organizes recreational social events for the entertainment of wrestling club members; provides online newsletters in the field of sports entertainment; online magazines, specifically blogs, in the field of sports entertainment.

WWE filed other interesting trademarks this year

With weekly shows, an army of wrestlers, and decades of history behind it, WWE is in a constant cycle of filing new trademarks and retaining old ones.

The company registered new names for superstars who changed their nicknames this year, including Gunthr Stark (formerly Walter), Ludwig Kaiser (formerly Marcel Barthel) and Alba Fyre (formerly Kay Lee Ray) ).

WWE also retains TM for the names, nicknames and moves of established and famous stars such as ‘The Queen’ for Charlotte Flair, ‘The Goddess’ for Alexa Bliss, ‘Tribal Chief’ for Roman Reigns, ‘EST’ ‘ for Bianca Belair, ‘RKO’, and Brock Lesner.

Vince McMahon’s company also retained the TMs for Uncensored and SuperBrawl, both names for old WCW programs. They also submitted a new TM for “WWE Clash at the Castle” for the pay-per-view set out of Cardiff, Wales in September.

Some of the hottest profiles are on terms: Moonsault, Lockup, WWE Moonsault, and WWE Lockup. This is because they are not filed for use in media or merchandise, but software and non-downloadable electronic transmission, essentially for the NFT. This is consistent with the fact that WWE is dipping its toe into the NFT market, which they have been doing for a while.

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