Dalton Castle is looking to lock down the trademark rights to his ring name.
He filed for it on January 14th with The United States Patent and Trademark Office, according to PWinsider.com.
The trademark filed by Castle, real name Brett Giehl, was for goods and services in the realms of “Entertainment services, namely, wrestling exhibits and performances by a professional wrestler and entertainer.”
This comes after it was reported last week that the former ROH World Heavyweight Champion is a free agent. It was noted in the report that Castle decided to not renew his contract with Ring of Honor, which expired.
Castle remains in talks with ROH but is seeking to see his worth and willing to listen to offers from other promotions. He joined Ring of Honor in 2013 and became the top champion by beating Cody Rhodes to win the world title.