AEW Star Registers A New Trademark For His Nickname

AEW Star Registers A New Trademark For His Nickname

On April 28, 2022, AEW star Max Caster of The Acclaimed filed a trademark for a new nickname. According to USPTO documents, Caster applied for title The Ace of America. The litigation included the following use synopsis:

Wrestling competitions as entertainment; Wrestling exhibits as well as accomplishments by a professional wrestler or entertainer as entertainment content; Entertainment services, notably, live representations by a skilled wrestling as well as sports entertainment charisma; Personal appearances by a skilled wrestler and sports entertainment public persona are examples of entertainment content. Entertainment services, specifically televised depiction by a professional wrestler and a sports entertainment personal traits; Wrestling news as well as information delivered via a worldwide computer network; Offering online interview sessions with professional wrestling as well as sports entertainment personalities for entertainment purposes in the field of professional wrestling and sports entertainment.

Michael E. Dockins, a gimmick attorney who has previously assisted many wrestlers in obtaining their desired trademarks, assisted Caster in the filing.

Max Caster once wrestled for AEW on May 1 at Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida, in which he crushed Tyler Uriah. Audiences recognise him for displaying his rapping abilities while going to enter the ring with his tag companion, Anthony Bowens.

WWE Has Registered Becky Lynch As A Trademark

WWE lodged a trademark application for the term “Big Time Becks” on September 13, with the intent of using it for entertainment purposes. This is the top star’s new moniker. The following is the description:

BIG TIME BECKS trademark application is meant to cover the classifications of entertainment content, notably, wrestling expositions and performances by a pro wrestler as well as entertainer supplied live and via broadcast media such as television and radio, as well as via the web or an advertising online service

Also includes providing wrestling information and news via a global computer system; providing sports and entertainment information via an internet forum portal; offering a website with sports entertainment info; Fan club offerings include organising sports competitions in the field of wrestling for wrestling fan club members, organising social entertainment events for wrestling fan club members, providing online newsletters in the field of sports entertainment, and providing online journals, namely blogs, in the field of sports entertainment.

Sheena Bhandari is a Pro Wrestling Editor and enthusiast, working here at Clout News.