As reported previously, WWE has filed several trademarks for “old” TV shows and a nickname of Triple H. Turns out they are not done yet.
Another round of trademarks dated October 9 and filed with the United States Patent & Trademark Office has been revealed.
These are for “WWE Saturday Morning Slam”, “Skull King”, and several ring names for NXT UK talent.
WWE Saturday Morning Slam was a kid’s show on the CW network that ran from August 2012 and 2018. The trademark filed shows it’s for “entertainment services” so it looks like WWE is contemplating bringing it back – or something similar.
Meanwhile, “Skull King” is a lesser-known nickname of Triple H. Unlike the previously filed trademark for “The Game”, which seemed to be about paper merchandise, this is for “entertainment services”.
When WWE files for a trademark for use in “entertainment services”, it’s usually for a show or ring name so either Triple H is going to use it again or it could be about to be bequeathed to someone else.
Finally, trademarks were filed for the ring names of the following talent, all NXT UK wrestlers: Flash Morgan Webster, Ilja Dragunov, Isla Dawn, and Jack Starz.