This past December 11, AEW Star Jack Perry filed to trademark the terms “Jurassic Express” and “A Boy and His Dinosaur” with the USPTO (the United States Patent and Trademark Office) for entertainment and merchandise services. Jack had the trademark filing done via Atty. Michael E. Dockins, who has helped several AEW talents file their trademarks in the past as well and the trademark was done on behalf of Boy Myth Legend, Inc.
Jack previously filed for his old moniker “Jungle Boy,” which he used as a babyface and it was at the time that he was paired with Luchasaurus and Marko Stunt as part of Jurassic Express, but he began to use his real name when he turned heel several months back. Perry was involved in a backstage physical altercation with CM Punk, which would result in Perry getting suspended indefinitely and Punk getting fired.
Perry has yet to return to AEW following a backstage incident at All In, but Bryan Alvarez noted on a previous edition of the Wrestling Observer Radio Program that he believes Perry’s suspension with the company has been lifted and AEW is just waiting for the right time to bring him back. Jack Perry last competed for AEW at their All In Event, when he chalenged FTW Champion HOOK in an FTW Title Match.
Below is the description used for the filing:
“Mark For: Jurassic Express™ trademark registration is intended to cover the categories of hats; Shirts; Bandanas; Shirts and short-sleeved shirts; Sweatshirts; Hooded sweatshirts.”