Intellectual property ownership is a big deal in all forms of entertainment. In recent years it has become even more important for wrestlers to lock down their name and everything else associated with their gimmick with a trademark. This is to protect themselves in a legal sense. Now Darby Allin has one less thing to worry about.

Darby Allin, who used that name prior to AEW through the indies and EVOLVE, has now locked down his name with a trademark. This filing was executed through through trademark attorney Seale Gwendolyn.

Allin has some big things coming up. He is not only an AEW star, but he is also looking forward to his big debut in the Jackass franchise. It was recently reported that he has a role in Jackass 4, set for an October release. He has already been spotted with Steve-O where he wowed the famous stuntman/actor with a body bag stunt.

Darby Allin has made it quite clear that he does not intend to remain a pro wrestler for the rest of his life. He does have an exit plan, but he is also young enough to have years left in the business to change his mind. He is a young force in AEW and will continue to play that role for a long time to come.

Now Darby Allin is waiting for his next challenge in AEW. While he travels down whichever road he chooses in the entertainment business he will still own his name.

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Felix Upton

Felix Upton has been writing professionally since 1989. His first writing job was penning advertisements for local newspapers around New York. After selling his grandfather’s pinball repair shop back in 2017, he was hired on for publish news for Ringside News.

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