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Mercedes Mone’s Pro Wrestling Future Amid Trademark Moves

3 Key Points

  • Mercedes Mone’s wrestling career and branding efforts remain a focal discussion.
  • No confirmed bookings with NJPW and STARDOM fuel WWE and AEW return rumors.
  • Trademark filings suggest potential ventures in merchandise and entertainment content.

Mercedes Mone’s Recent Trademark Filings Spark Speculation

Mercedes Mone, a renowned figure in professional wrestling circles, has been away from the ring due to an ankle injury since May. Despite wrestling fans eagerly anticipating her return, she currently has no matches lined up with either New Japan Pro Wrestling (NJPW) or STARDOM. This lack of bookings has given rise to speculation that she might either make a comeback to WWE or take her talents to All Elite Wrestling (AEW).

Intriguing Moves in Brand Expansion

In a noteworthy development, Mercedes made strategic trademark filings under the ‘Mone’ moniker with the United States Patent and Trademark Office on December 22. These registrations include the phrases ‘Time Is Mone’, ‘Mone’ Wear’, and ‘Mone’ Talks’, indicating plans for a range of ventures.

The trademarks encompass a variety of apparel items, which suggests a possible launch of a clothing line. Moreover, her trademarks extend to entertainment services, indicating potential projects like podcasts and video interviews that could delve into professional wrestling, sports entertainment, and broader cultural dialogues. These filings hint at Mercedes Mone’s interest in building her brand in and out of the wrestling arena, highlighting her entrepreneurial spirit.

As of now, fans remain on the edge, waiting to see the next move in Mercedes Mone’s dynamic career as she seemingly gears up for activities that span beyond wrestling. Keep it locked here for updates as we follow the trajectory of Mercedes Mone’s intriguing career development.

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