AEW Denied After Filing For Important Company Trademarks

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All Elite Wrestling might have hit a little snag when they filed for trademarks on a few key phrases including the term “AEW.”

PW Insider reports that All Elite Wrestling’s trademarks here initially refused because they need to make some changes when it comes to classification and identification.

They need to change their wording because some identifications are not quite clear and need more detail. They also need to clarify that AEW is not trying to copyright the term “wrestling.”

Applications for AEW, the AEW logo, and Change The Universe were all initially denied and require change of classification and identifcation of goods and services. Their trademark for the term AEW All Out was also denied because of two pending applications using the term “All Out.”

Upon some more research, Ringside News has also learned that the AEW Double Or Nothing trademark was refused because it could be confused with 75 other existing trademarks.

Hopefully, all will work out in the end once they make the necessary alterations and re-file their paperwork.

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