AEW is moving into the future with the best attitude they can muster. Tony Khan’s company is also apparently planning additions to their programming lineup. That being said, they might need someone to look over their paperwork before submitting it.
All Elite Wrestling just dropped a trademark application for what fans assume is a new show. The name of that show is supposedly going to be “AEW COLLISION.” However, that might have been a mistake.
Fans who can spell quickly noticed that Tony Khan’s company left an “i” out of that word. The word they were trying to spell was likely “Collision,” but “Collison” is what they trademarked.
According to the trademark filing, AEW plans to use this new term for ‘educational and entertainment services’ related to a ‘continuing program about wrestling.’ You can check out the full description below.
Educational and entertainment services, namely, a continuing program about wrestling accessible by radio, television, satellite, audio, video and computer networks; Entertainment services in the nature of live wrestling performances;
Entertainment services in the nature of production of wrestling programs and events; Entertainment services, namely, an ongoing multimedia program featuring wrestling distributed via various platforms across multiple forms of transmission media;
Entertainment services, namely, an ongoing series featuring wrestling provided through television and the internet; Entertainment services, namely, production and distribution of ongoing television programs in the field of wrestling
We will have to see what AEW ends up doing. It’s very possible that this was an error, and they will have to re-file. Until that day comes around, we will continue monitoring this ongoing story here at Ringside News.
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