Elite Related Trademark Filings Seemingly Connect Group to Rumored New Promotion

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The rumored promotion being worked on behind the scenes by The Elite, Chris Jericho, Jim Ross and the co-owner of the Jaguars now has some legs to stand on due to newly filed documents.

WrestlingNews.co first reported a company called All Elite Wrestling, LLC based out of Florida filed several new trademarks this month for the following:

  • All Elite Wrestling and AEW
  • AEW Double or Nothing and AEW All Out – which, among many things, lists the trademark can be used for “live streaming of video pay-per-view events on the internet”
  • Tuesday Night Dynamite – which, among many things, lists the trademark can be used for television shows “featuring sports, entertainment and subjects of general human interest”

Obviously, the Double or Nothing and All Out names would seem to signal The Elite are involved and planning the follow up to All In with this company — which listed its address on the documents as TIAA Bank Field, the home of the Jacksonville Jaguars.

As you may recall … a report recently surfaced claiming Chris Jericho and Jim Ross are attempting to launch a wrestling company with Jaguars co-owner Tony Khan, the son of billionaire Shahid Khan. As you’d expect from him, Jericho shot down the report.

During his recent interview with The Elite, however, Y2J stated many times that he’d like to continue working with the group and Being the Elite going forward. This was the same episode in which The Elite announced they were no longer affiliated with Bullet Club.

It’s also worth mentioning that the group started a countdown on their weekly series last month that will finish at the end of December when they become free agents. 

Stay tuned. Things seem to be getting real. 

  • Louis

    Wrestling News is not a good place for news. They tend to make up crap.

  • Louis

    I still take this with a grain of salt.

  • Kyle Mayer

    I searched the Florida trademark registry which is public information and none of these exist. Shame on everyone posting this bullshit.

    • Andre The Giant

      Nah. They do exist. Dave Meltzer confirmed that several names and IP are now trademarked.

  • JJ

    Hope this is true and works out for them. If anyone can start a decent homegrown type of promotion, its these guys. Will WWE be shaking in their boots? Nope. ROH? Probably not. Maybe Impact will. Either way, looking forward to seeing what comes in 2019.