AEW is back with new trademarks from the United States Patent and Trademark Office. This time AEW trademarked the logo for its signature PPV event Full Gear. Also, a potentially new All Elite Wrestling PPV name or TV show called AEW Revolution.
The trademark for AEW Full Gear states;
“The mark consists of the stylized wording “FULL GEAR” superimposed on top of an image of a gear with the term FULL on top of the term GEAR with images of various gears in the hub of the wheel. At the top center of the gear is the stylized wording “ALL ELITE AEW WRESTLING” where “AEW” is housed inside a rectangular border, the words “ALL ELITE” are superimposed on the top of the border, and the word “WRESTLING” is superimposed at the bottom of the border.”
The trademark for All Elite AEW Wrestling Revolution states;
“The mark consists of the stylized wording “ALL ELITE AEW WRESTLING” where “AEW” is housed inside a rectangular border, the words “ALL ELITE” are superimposed on the top of the border, and the word “WRESTLING” is superimposed at the bottom of the border. Below the stylized wording is the stylized word REVOLUTION in bigger font.”
Both trademarks include the standard Goods and Services notations in previous trademarks.
We reported a week ago that AEW trademarked All Elite Wrestling Blood And Guts. The name was thought to be a potential PPV name but also taking a shot at Vince McMahon and the WWE.
Back in the early fall, WWE chairman Vince McMahon was asked about AEW during a corporate conference call. He referred to the new wrestling promotion as just ‘Blood and Guts.’
Between these two filings and a potential showdown with WWE over the naming rights to Bash At The Beach, the war between WWE and AEW looks to be heating up.
The new AEW Revolution logo seems to indicate AEW might be planning an additional PPV to their quarterly PPV schedule, or maybe this is a new AEW show in the works? Stay with Pro Wrestling News Hub for more details as they become available.