This past April 28th, AEW Star Max Caster filed to trademark “The Ace of America” term with the USPTO (United States Patent and Trademark Office) for entertainment services. “Platinum” Max Caster, who is one-half of the Acclaimed, had his trademark filing done through Attorney Michael E. Dockins, who has helped a number of AEW talents file their trademarks in the past as well.
Ever since The Acclaimed (Anthony Bowens and Max Caster) arrived in AEW, they have really made a name for themselves and they have been working themselves up the proverbial ladder in the tag division and was even signed by AEW President Tony Khan after proving themselves week in and week out on AEW Dark. Max Caster is extremely talented that even WWE legend and 16-time World Champion John Cena gave him a ton of praise for his current gimmick in All Elite Wrestling and Cena even said that he thinks Caster is a much better rapper than he is and the AEW Star would beat him in a rap battle.
Max Caster last competed for All Elite Wrestling on the promotion’s latest set of AEW Dark TV Tapings from inside Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida, where he defeated Tyler Uriah in Singles action.
Below is the use description submitted to the USPTO:
“Mark For: THE ACE OF AMERICA™ trademark registration is intended to cover the categories of entertainment in the nature of wrestling contests; Entertainment services, namely, wrestling exhibits and performances by a professional wrestler and entertainer; Entertainment services, namely, live appearances by a professional wrestling and sports entertainment personality; Entertainment services, namely, personal appearances by a professional wrestling and sports entertainment personality; Entertainment services, namely, televised appearances by a professional wrestling and sports entertainment personality; Providing wrestling news and information via a global computer network; Providing online interviews featuring professional wrestling and sports entertainment personality in the field of professional wrestling and sports entertainment for entertainment purposes.”