In recent years, WWE has gone on to bring out several names of the defunct WCW, a rival company that died completely in the early 2000s, when the then WWF managed to completely win the war and the rivalry that existed between the two companies, with Attitude Era staged by the Stamford company that completely eradicated the work of Hulk Hogan, Ric Flair, Bret Hart, Eric Bischoff and all the rest of the WCW crew.
After that, WWE acquired WCW in full, with the video library, logos, brands, rings and everything in between, with several athletes signing a new contract with WWE, from the NWo to the various Booker T's, Bill Goldberg etc, with several athletes who did not make it to WWE until many years later, such as Sting, who instead remained in the TNA rings for years, before doing his short stint in the McMahon-owned wrestling rings.
In the last few years, among other things, the WWE has also gone to reuse some names of the ppv of the defunct rival company, such as Halloween Havoc, The Great American Bash or the War Games, seen on several occasions in the rings of the third WWE brand.
WWE rediscovers two other old PPVs
Lately, it has also emerged that the WWE could soon go to use two names of old PPV of the defunct WCW, after having already chosen the forgotten War Games, Great American Bash and Halloween Havoc, with such names that will be those of Superbrawl and Uncensored.
WCW aired Superbrawl from 1991 until 2001, while Uncensored aired from 1995 to 2000. In the last few days, WWE would acquire the rights to the names of these ppv, in the "entertainment services" category, with the trademark registered in the patent and trademark office, which in fact contains the following text: "Entertainment services, namely, ongoing television programs in the field of professional wrestling; entertainment services, namely, the production of professional wrestling events and organizing exhibitions of professional wrestling events for entertainment purposes, all rendered through broadcast media, namely, television and distributed via various platforms across multiple forms of transmission media; providing wrestling news and information through broadcast media, namely, television and distributed via various platforms across multiple forms of transmission media; providing sports and entertainment information through broadcast media, namely, television and distributed via various platforms across multiple forms of transmission media; providing a website featuring sports entertainment information"
Now it will be necessary to see if WWE will propose such ppvs to NXT, as done with the others, but especially when these shows, dedicated to the now gone WCW, will be staged.