Pentagón Jr.’s real name is a closely guarded secret, but he has established his wrestling moniker across multiple promotions worldwide. Now though, he is dropping the name he began using in 2012 due to AAA owning the trademark on it.
AEW has a working relationship with the Mexican promotion, so there was previously no issue, but now AEW has several projects they want to include Pentagón Jr. in and, for obvious reason, would rather not pay AAA. So from now on, he will be using the name Penta el Zero M. This is a name he owns the legal rights for after creating it in 2017 to wrestle for Tijuana based Crash Lucha Libre.
His younger brother and tag team partner Rey Fénix took action last week by submitting a request to secure his name with the United States Patent and Trademark Office. This should ensure there are no issues with AEW marketing him with that.
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