Kyle O'Reilly Files To Trademark 'Violent Artist'

Kyle O'Reilly has filed a new trademark.

On February 2, O'Reilly filed to trademark "Violent Artist" for entertainment purposes. O'Reilly has used the nickname in the past for merchandise purposes, including his AEW t-shirt.

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Full description:

IC 041. US 100 101 107. G & S: Entertainment services, namely, wrestling exhibits and performances by a professional wrestler and entertainer. FIRST USE: 20160504. FIRST USE IN COMMERCE: 20160524

O'Reilly joined AEW in December 2021 after his contract with WWE expired. He teamed with Adam Cole & Bobby Fish on the final AEW Dynamite of 2021 to defeat Best Friends (Chuckie T, Trent, & Orange Cassidy) in trios action.

You can view O'Reilly's comments on joining AEW by clicking here.

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