AEW has been receiving a lot of praise for its variety of pro wrestling. However, nothing is perfect as the women’s division has left a lot to be desired and has been criticized on a constant basis.
While the women’s division has certainly improved over the past year, there is still a lot of room for improvement. The company has also recently filed an interesting trademark related to women in AEW.
While speaking on Wrestling Observer Radio, Dave Meltzer shared his thoughts on AEW’s latest trademark. Meltzer stated that he believes the trademark will not be a women’s reality television show, but judging by the registration, AEW is very serious about having such a show.
The way the trademark was, it did not come across like a reality show. It could be TV, streaming, reality show, wrestling show, one of those shows – but when I was reading the trademark, it didn’t feel like a reality show. The fact that they did it, they are serious about it. To take out the trademark means you expect that something will transpire and you’re close enough to do it that you somehow want to get the thing trademarked.
We will have to wait and see what the company has planned for fans in the coming months. AEW fans already have plenty of programming, but Tony Khan apparently has more in store. Perhaps it could end up becoming a wrestling show in the end.
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