WWE is on a never ending quest to lock down any trademark they possibly can. This includes Superstars they aren’t really using.

The company filed a trademark on Riddick Moss’ name on March 26th. This is quite interesting since Moss hasn’t been seen in a very long time.

The new filing for Riddick Moss’ name was registered under the entertainment services category in the typical way that most pro wrestling names are registered. That includes “performances by a professional wrestler and entertainer rendered live and through broadcast media including television and radio.”

Riddick Moss became WWE 24/7 Champion after his January 2020 debut on RAW. He was paired up with Mojo Rawley for a bit until Mojo was brought over to SmackDown to align with Rob Gronkowski, someone who didn’t appear for WWE again after WrestleMania 36.

Moss was featured on RAW Underground segments prior to those weekly bits going away. WWE nixed them because they didn’t want all three brands meshing in that setting due to concern for COVID-19 outbreaks.

Riddick Moss hasn’t been used since August 2020, but he’s still around. Obviously, the company wants to make sure his name isn’t used by anyone else.

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