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New trademark filing may reveal name for AEW TNT show or future pay-per-view

On Tuesday, August 6, All Elite Wrestling filed for trademarks for “AEW Revolution.”

The trademark filings cover merchandise, TV and live events.

Here is part of what the trademark filing covers:

Live streaming of video pay-per-view events on the internet; communication services, namely, transmitting streamed sound and audio-visual recordings via the internet; streaming of audio material on the internet; streaming of video material on the internet; transmission of information in the audio-visual field; mobile media services in the nature of electronic transmission of entertainment media content; podcasting services; webcasting services…

Entertainment services, namely, an ongoing television show about professional wrestling; entertainment services, namely, the production in the nature of organization of exhibitions and performances of professional wrestling events rendered live and through broadcast media, namely, television and radio, and via the internet or commercial online service; providing wrestling news and information via a global computer network; sports entertainment…

The filing could be for the TNT show. As previously noted, they filed for the “Wednesday Night Dynamite” trademark a few months ago but, at last word, that name was not set in stone. The “AEW Revolution” name could also be for a future pay-per-view. In addition to All Out in Chicago, AEW plans on running one more pay-per-view before the end of the year.

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