Some interesting trademarks were filed for by Cody Rhodes.
Rhodes recently filed for “Prince of Wrestling” on 3/18 and he has also filed trademarks on some familiar pay-per-view names. On 3/18, Rhodes filed for the terms “Bunkhouse Stampede,” “Bash at the Beach,” and “Battlebowl.”
Long-time NWA/WCW fans will remember those pay-per-view events. “Bash at the Beach” is one of the most remembered events in WCW history because it was the show where Hulk Hogan turned heel to join the NWO.
“Battlebowl” was a concept created by Dusty Rhodes and the show featured randomly selected tag teams going up against each other. The “Battlebowl” format was later integrated into the “Starrcade” pay-per-views.
“Bunkhouse Stampede” was another Dusty creation and it was a tournament held annually by Jim Crocket Promotions from 1985 through 1988. The 1988 version of the show aired on pay-per-view against the first Royal Rumble.
Rhodes teased something related to “Bash at the Beach” on Twitter.
— Cody Rhodes (@CodyRhodes) March 20, 2019