WWE Secures New WCW Trademark for Paper Products

WWE has recently obtained a new trademark related to WCW, the iconic wrestling promotion. Founded by Ted Turner in 1988, WCW saw great success before being purchased by Vince McMahon in 2001. WWE has used WCW-themed pay-per-view names in the past, such as the Great American Bash and Halloween Havoc.

The trademark application was filed on June 4 with the United States Patent and Trademark Office for various paper-related purposes. The trademark covers a wide range of products, including stickers, photo albums, greeting cards, calendars, posters, trading cards, and more.

In addition to this news, the docuseries “Who Killed WCW?” premiered on Vice TV, shedding light on the rise and fall of the iconic wrestling promotion. The series features interviews with wrestling legends such as The Rock, Kevin Nash, and Eric Bischoff, providing insight into the downfall of WCW.