The former Revival, now going by the name FTR, have been hit with yet another cease and desist, and this time it was issued by WWE.
BodySlam.net reports that WWE issued the cease and desist order in regards to a T-shirt design on FTR’s Pro Wrestling tees store.
The T-shirt has images of attires that were pitched to the pair by WWE while they were still there, which recently became public and made WWE look utterly ridiculous because they were stupid.
You can see an image of the shirt, which is no longer available, here:
Earlier this week, FTR was also issued a cease and desist by the indie Revolt tag team of Caleb Konley and Zane Riley.
FTR had used ‘The Revolt’ in a lot of branding, and many assumed that was going to be their new tag team name, when in fact, according to their response, it was always going to be FTR. Nonetheless, Konley and Riley figured that Dax Harwood (Scott Dawson) and Cash Wheeler (Dash Wilder) were about to steal their team name.
In the latest development in regards to that, Konley and Riley have filed to trademark ‘Revolt’ themselves.