WWE has filed two 'trademarks' on Roman Reigns and Brock Lesnar

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WWE has filed two 'trademarks' on Roman Reigns and Brock Lesnar

There is great anticipation among fans of the WWE Universe but in general all over the wrestling world for the next PPV of the company at Crown Jewel. In particular, everyone awaits the match cataloged as Main Event and valid for the WWE Universal Championship between the current champion and WWE Tribal Chief Roman Reigns and The Beast Incarnate Brock Lesnar.

Roman is the champion at SmackDown and the main wrestler currently in WWE: he hasn't been pinned in over a year and has recently paved anyone who got in his way. Edge, Finn Balor, Daniel Bryan and even John Cena, destroyed in the last SummerSlam event.

Just in that show, at the end of the event, Brock Lesnar, one of the biggest stars in WWE history, made his return after more than a year of absence. Their rivalry is igniting passion again among wrestling fans and there is curiosity about what role Paul Heyman, a current advisor to the Tribal Chief but the former manager of Brock Lesnar, decisive in the years of his domination in WWE, will have in their history.

Update on Brock Lesnar and Roman Reigns

In view of their meeting at Crown Jewel, WWE wanted to file the trademarks relating to two terms relating to Roman Reigns and Brock Lesnar. The two brands in question are The Suplexorcist and The Suplex-Orcist and have been used by Paul Heyman to describe Roman Reigns in recent weeks, this term is used to describe the combination of the term Excorcist and the Suplex move, one of the most fearsome by Brock Lesnar.

Here is what Sportkeeda reports: "The registration of the Suplexorcist trademark is intended to cover clothing categories such as sweaters, shirts, jackets, sweatshirts or hats but also pants, gloves, scarves and underwear, as well as Halloween costumes, slippers, wristbands, bandanas and trophy belts."

At the moment they are only rumors but some rumors reported by Wrestling.Inc affirm that Roman Reigns is destined to remain champion until Wrestlemania 38 and consequently this would result in his victory in Saudi Arabia against his great rival Brock Lesnar.

Lesnar made his WWE main roster debut immediately following WrestleMania 18 in 2002. Lesnar went on to become one of the fiercest entities in all of WWE and defeated The Rock to become the youngest WWE Champion in history. Brock Lesnar left WWE in 2004 and returned to the company eight long years later.

During his absence, Lesnar became a major mainstream attraction thanks to his UFC run. Lesnar's second WWE run was a bigger success than the first.