WWE has a few catchphrases that are really getting traction. Jey Uso popped crowds for a while with his famous Yeet, but then the Yeet went away due to trademark issue. The Yeet is back, but not everyone is allowed to use it.

During his Rumor and Innuendo podcast, Nick Hausman interviewed Stephen P New about WWE’s Yeet situation. New stated that he represents Kacey Huffman, the man who originally had the Yeet Movement going.

It was confirmed that “no one else can use that term now.” That Yeet situation is now in the rearview mirror, as they were able to settle things. Now, Jey Uso can have his Yeet back, but that isn’t the case with everyone.

WWE wants to make sure that Jey Uso’s Yeet isn’t overused. It was said that WWE Superstars must ask permission before uttering that famous word.


WWE has a lot of things going on, and that includes a controversy or two. The Yeet trademark was matter of contention, and now WWE is cashing in once again.

Jey Uso experienced significant financial success and merchandise sales under the Yeet moniker. Initially, there were doubts about the continuity of the Yeet brand, but it eventually enjoyed a huge resurgence.

Jey Uso’s popularity has spread nationwide, with fans enthusiastically chanting “Yeet” and mimicking the energetic arm-bouncing routine during his entrance. To cater to these fervent supporters and capitalize on recent headlines, a new merchandise option inspired by these developments is now available for fans to choose from.

It seems that WWE wants to make sure that only Uce is allowed to Yeet. For more on this story, and so many more, please keep it tuned with us here at Ringside News.

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