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More signs that The Revival is planning on moving on from WWE

New trademark filings by Scott Dawson and Dash Wilder seemingly point towards The Revival leaving WWE in a couple of months. At the very least, they are making sure to protect their trademarks from others.

On January 8, Daniel Wheeler (Dash Wilder) and David Harwood (Scott Dawson) filed for the “Shatter Machine” trademark. By doing this, it allows them to use the name for their finishing move outside of WWE.

On January 1, Wheeler (Wilder) filed for the #FTR trademark. On January 7, both Harwood and Wilder filed for the #FTRKO trademark.

What is very interesting is that the attorney of record, Michael Dockins, is the same attorney who filed several trademarks for Starrcast, Cody Rhodes and people affiliated with AEW.

In addition to Wheeler and Wilder’s trademarks, Dockins is the attorney of record for the following trademarks:

  • Gunn Club
  • Son of a Gunn
  • Austin Gunn
  • The Bad Boy (for Joey Janela)
  • Perfect10N (for Shawn Spears)
  • The Chairman (for Shawn Spears)
  • SuperBrawl
  • Slamboree
  • The Match Beyond
  • The Painmaker (for Chris Jericho)
  • The Inner Circle
  • Bash at the Beach
  • Battlebowl
  • Bunkhouse Stampede
  • The Prince of Wrestling
  • Jim Crockett Promotions (for Starrcast, LLC)
  • 10 Pounds of Gold (for Starrcast, LLC)
  • Dusty Rhodes
  • The American Dream
  • Four Horsemen
  • Arn Anderson
  • The Voice of Wrestling (for J.R.’s Blackhat Enterprises, LLC)

A few weeks ago, we wrote about trademarks filed by Charlotte Flair and Andrade. Well, Dockins is the attorney of record for the following trademarks:

  • Ashley Flair
  • The Queen of Wrestling
  • El Idolo
  • La Sombra

Dockins also filed for the “Brodie Lee” trademark for former WWE star Luke Harper.

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