AEW Files To Trademark 'Captain Insano'

AEW has filed to trademark "Captain Insano" for use in video games and digital media.

Captain Insano was the name of the character Paul Wight played in The Waterboy (1998). In his lone scene, Wight appeared as a professional wrestler who, during a backstage segment took a fan-call from Bobby Boucher (Adam Sandler) asking if he required the services of a waterboy. Captain Insano proceeded to laugh hysterically after he found out that Boucher was 31 years old.

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The application was filed on March 3, 2021.

The description reads as follows:

Mark For: CAPTAIN INSANO trademark registration is intended to cover the categories of video game cartridges and discs; Digital media, namely, pre-recorded DVDs, downloadable audio and video recordings, and CDs featuring and promoting wrestling; Downloadable video game software; Recorded video game software.

Paul Wight was signed by AEW on February 24 and will be appearing on Revolution to announce a "hall of Fame level" signing for the company.

AEW is also currently in production on their first-ever console video game.

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