WWE realizes fans wanted to attend WrestleMania 36. The company wanted them to fill the Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, but that couldn’t happen. They are making the most of it by locking down a few phrases.

We previously reported that WWE locked down copyright for “I Wasn’t There.” They also filed a copyright for “Too Big For One Night.” Now the company is dropping another hint that they aren’t done marketing their unique situation.

WWE filed a copyright for “I Was Home,” on March 25th. They also filed a copyright for “WWE Dream Match Mania.” We have already reported that WWE and 2k are planning dream match special.

The company is also testing out very interesting idea with webcams and fan reactions all over the screen.


Hopefully, WWE events will be filled with fans once again soon. In the meantime, it seems WWE is locking down any intellectual property that they might want to use.

Felix Upton

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