Taz, renowned for his success in ECW and WWE, recently called out TNA Knockouts Champion Jordynne Grace for using one of his trademarked catchphrases.

Jordynne Grace, who has recently garnered attention with her crossover appearances on NXT and a notable match against Roxanne Perez at NXT Battleground, tweeted a photo from the gym with the caption, “Beat me if you can. Survive if I let you.”

This prompted the current AEW commentator to respond, highlighting the trademark he has acquired for the catchphrase Grace used in her tweet. Furthermore, when a fan defended Grace, noting the phrase wasn’t used commercially, Taz explained that trademark issues are more complex than they appear, urging fans to let him handle his business.

Following the events, Jordynne Grace took to her X, expressing surprise that rising stars like her were not allowed to use quotes from wrestling legends they admired and emulated throughout their career but duly noted Taz’s remarks.


“Not being able to quote legends that I’ve emulated for years wasn’t in my pro wrestling handbook, but duly noted.”

Trademarks are crucial for many, including Taz, explaining his reaction. Fans hope both can move past the situation amicably. As for Jordynne Grace, it seems that she will be careful with quotes and trademarks moving forward.

What are your thoughts on Jordynne Grace duly noting Taz’s remarks after using his trademarked catchphrase in her tweet? Sound off in the comments!

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