Pentagon Jr. is looking to trademark one of his monikers.
On September 18, Pentagon Jr applied to trademark "Penta Zero M." As previously reported, Pentagon is now listed as Penta El Zero M on the AEW website and that has been his name on television as well. AAA owns the Pentagon Jr name and AEW was able to use the name due to the partnership between the two companies.
AEW reportedly didn't want to use the Pentagon Jr on merchandising.
The trademark description reads as followed:
“Entertainment services, namely, an ongoing television series featuring sports entertainment broadcast over television, satellite, audio and video media and via a global computer network; entertainment services, namely, live events featuring wrestling contests and exhibitions; entertainment services, namely, performances by a professional wrestler and entertainer; providing wrestling news, information and non-downloadable video via a global computer network; amusement and theme park services; casinos; conducting and providing facilities for casino gaming contests and tournaments; entertainment services, namely, casino gaming; entertainment, namely, an ongoing series for television and online featuring adventure and drama through professional wrestling.”
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