WWE has filed to trademark the names of television shows and the alias of a top star. Meanwhile, Mia Yim files a trademark to keep her intellectual property.
WWE filed to trademark “The Game,” “Main Event,” and “Livewire”on October 8.
Main Event currently airs on Hulu and had been used in the 80s as a major primetime special on Friday nights. Livewire was a show that marked WWE’s first attempt to dive into the world of the internet with a USA Network show that aired on Sunday mornings and allowed for fan interaction. The following description was given for Main Event and Livewire:
IC 041. US 100 101 107. G & S: Entertainment services, namely, a show about professional wrestling; entertainment services, namely, the production and exhibition of professional wrestling events rendered live and through broadcast media including television and distributed via various platforms across multiple forms of transmission media; providing wrestling news and information through broadcast media including television and distributed via various platforms across multiple forms of transmission media; providing information in the fields of sports and entertainment through broadcast media including television and distributed via various platforms across multiple forms of transmission media; providing a website in the field of sports entertainment information; organizing social entertainment events for entertainment purposes for wrestling fans; providing online newsletters in the fields of sports entertainment; online journals, namely blogs, in the field of sports entertainment
“The Game,” which is, of course, the nickname for Triple H was filed for the following intended usages:
IC 016. US 002 005 022 023 029 037 038 050. G & S: Cardboard and paper hangtags; packaging, namely blister cards; paper for wrapping and packaging; collector albums for sticker collectables; stickers; sticker albums; collectable photos; photo albums; photographs; framed pictures; labels, namely printed paper labels; folders; paper place mats, paper table mats, paper napkins; paper tablecloths; paper table linens; paper lunch bags; postcards; greeting cards; pictures; calendars; posters; decals; temporary tattoo transfers; trading cards; brochures, magazines and newspapers concerning sports entertainment; coloring books; children’s activity books; souvenir programs concerning sports entertainment; books concerning sports entertainment; books featuring pictorial biographies; comic books; picture books; book covers; paper book markers; notebooks; memo pads; note pads; date books; address books; agenda books; markers; pens; pencils; calendars; pencil sharpeners; pencil cases; rubber stamps; stamp pads; chalks; paper banners; printed paper signs for doors; drawing rulers; erasers, rubber erasers, chalk erasers, blackboard erasers; bumper stickers; window decals; lithographs; paper party bags; paper party favors; stencils for tracing designs onto paper; paper gift wrap; paper cake decorations; paper; stationery; indoor ornaments of paper
On that same day, Mia Yim filed to trademark her in-ring name. That trademark has the following description:
IC 041. US 100 101 107. G & S: Entertainment services, namely, live appearances by a professional wrestler and entertainer through broadcast media including television and radio, and via the internet or commercial online service; Entertainment services, namely, wrestling exhibits and performances by a professional wrestler and entertainer; Fan clubs; Providing wrestling news and information via a global computer network; Providing a website featuring entertainment information in the field(s) of sports and entertainment, namely wrestling; Arranging, organizing, conducting, and hosting social entertainment events; Entertainment services, namely, organizing and conducting an array of athletic events rendered live and recorded for the purpose of distribution through broadcast media. FIRST USE: 20090822. FIRST USE IN COMMERCE: 20090822