Miro Locks Down Ring Name With Trademark After AEW Debut

Miro didn’t file a trademark for his new AEW ring name until after his September 9th debut. It didn’t take him very long to secure that name once he let the world know his next move.

Recent filings indicate that Miro registered a trademark on his new ring name on September 13th. This was done through Michael Dockins according to Wrestling Inc.

Michael Dockins has registered trademarks for many pro wrestlers from AEW. He has worked with Cody, Chris Jericho, FTR, Arn Anderson, and many others. Now he is responsible for locking down Miro’s name.

Miro registered his trademark for a plethora of uses. Those include merchandising and “hates, pants, shirts, bandanas, and hoodies sweatshirts” were explicitly listed.

The new trademark for Miro’s name was also specifically listed for all the uses normally associated with a pro wrestling name. Some of those uses include, but are not limited to: “Entertainment services, namely, providing on-line reviews of professional wrestling, popular culture, and video games; Entertainment in the nature of wrestling contests.”

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