AEW Debuting All-Women’s Show Soon?

2 months ago by Taylor Sanchez

AEW Debuting All-Women’s Show Soon? AEW

A new trademark filing has seemingly indicated that AEW is preparing to launch a brand focused on the company’s women’s wrestlers.

Per PWInsider, AEW filed to trademark the term ‘ALL ELITE WOMEN’ on August 1. Per the report, the trademark filings were for a number of uses, interestingly including “entertainment services in the nature of creation, development, and production of television programming.”

The following descriptions accompanied the filings:

  • “Entertainment services in the nature of creation, development, and production of television programming; Entertainment services in the nature of professional athletes competing in wrestling; Fan clubs; Music production services; On-line journals, namely, blogs featuring sports and entertainment; Publishing of electronic publications; Television show production; Educational and entertainment services, namely, a continuing program about wrestling accessible by radio, television, satellite, audio, video and computer networks; Entertainment in the nature of live performances by professional wrestlers; Entertainment in the nature of wrestling contests; Entertainment services, namely, wrestling exhibits and performances by a professional wrestler and entertainer; Entertainment services, namely, providing temporary use of non-downloadable video games; Entertainment, namely, a continuing wrestling show broadcast over television, satellite, audio, and video media; Providing entertainment news and information specifically in the field of sport and entertainment via a website; Providing online music, not downloadable; Providing wrestling news and information via a global computer network; Providing a website featuring non-downloadable publications in the nature of electronic books, magazines, newsletters, journals, periodicals, articles, brochures, and on-line journals in the field of sports and entertainment; Providing an Internet website portal in the field of entertainment, cultural and sporting events”

  • “Retail store services featuring a wide variety of sports and entertainment merchandise; Advertising and promotional services; On-line retail store services featuring a wide variety of sports and entertainment merchandise; Organizing exhibitions for wrestling events; Promotional sponsorship of professional wrestling events”

  • “Dolls; Skateboards; Action figures and accessories therefor; Board games; Card games; Costume masks; Playing cards; Stuffed toy animals; Tabletop games; Video game machines; Video game machines for use with televisions; Bobblehead dolls; Cases for action figures; Hand-held units for playing electronic games; Toy action figures; Toy wrestling rings”

One of AEW’s biggest criticisms since its inception has been surrounding its presentation of the women’s division. It is worth noting that these trademarks don’t confirm that a women’s wrestling brand is on the way, as it’s possible that AEW has other intended uses for the trademark.

We will continue to provide updates as they become available.

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