Earlier in the week, AEW announced they were using the former WCW PPV name “Bash at the Beach”. The name had been trademarked by Cody Rhodes after WWE had let it expire.
It was also revealed that Cody also owned the trademarks on The American Dream, The American Nightmare, Dusty Rhodes, The Match Beyond, Battlebowl, Bunkhouse Stampede, and The Prince of Wrestling.
Now it seems he has he filed trademarks for both “Slamboree” and “Superbrawl.”
“Slamboree” was a WCW PPV event from 1993 through May 2000, “Superbrawl” was a WCW PPV event from 1991 through February 2001.
We now wait to see if the trademarks are approved, and then how they will be used.
You can check out more content from WebIsJericho.com below, and be sure to follow WIJ on Facebook and Twitter for all our latest posts.
In Case You Missed It:
- WWE Commentators Were Told To Bury Sting During His WrestleMania 31 Match – March 24, 2020
- Braun Strowman Replaced Roman Reigns As Goldberg’s WrestleMania 36 Opponent – March 27, 2020
- Talk Is Jericho: The Exalted Escape Of Brodie Lee – March 27, 2020
- Shane McMahon Made Big Money Wrestling In 2019 – March 10, 2020
- Joe Exotic Was An Indie Wrestling Commentator, And Held Shows At His Exotic Animal Park – March 26, 2020