In the last period, WWE has been preparing to copyright several names and nicknames of its Superstars, thus trying to keep under control all the names that are used on-screen, trying to avoid possible escapes outside its rings, as happened with all those athletes who no longer work for McMahon and who therefore have to find a new stage name to be able to work in the rings of other companies, such as Zack Rider, Revival and Rusev, who in the AEW rings are had to become Matt Cardona, FTR and Miro respectively.
In recent weeks, the WWE in addition to having left the rights to the name Cody Rhodes, on which there was a war going on between the McMahons and the son of the American Dream Dusty Rhodes for several years now, has also bought the rights of the names Dominik Mysterio, Chelsea Green and many other even more important Superstar nicknames, including those of Alexa Bliss and Charlotte Flair.
As revealed by PW Insider in the last few hours, WWE is said to have registered the trademarks on the names "The Goddess", "The Queen" and "Big Don", in the last few days, with WWE being the only one to be able to use such pseudonyms in all entertainment services, wrestling shows and performances of its athletes, as reported by the trademark registration itself.
WWE files new trademarks for Alexa Bliss and Charlotte Flair
If the first two nicknames obviously refer to former WWE champions Alexa Bliss, defined by many as The Goddess and Charlotte Flair, who has been the Queen of WWE for years, there remains an aura of mystery about the name "Big Don", which until now he had only been associated with former wrestler Tommy Rich, seen in WCW and ECW at the turn of the 1980s and 1990s.
It is not known why WWE has thought of registering the brands of its athletes only now, but it could be a sign that the future holds great things for the two, as WWE wants to keep close also the nicknames as well as the names of the two girls art.
Or maybe even more simply the McMahon federation could prepare some new product to be included in its Network and thus needed all three of these nicknames to be able to use the second names of the relative Superstars in the best possible way.
The former Golden Role Models kept the Raw Women’s division alive in the absence of Charlotte and Becky Lynch. The duo put on some cracking matches against Asuka, Kairi Sane, Io Shirai and even Shayna Baszler. The Queen wasn’t exactly missed while Sasha and Bayley ruled the division.
Now that Bayley and Sasha are feuding on SmackDown, Asuka does not have a legitimate threat to her throne. The Empress of Tomorrow made short work of Lana and Zelina Vega, and the Women’s Tag champs do not seem to be interested in Asuka.