AEW Dynamite Extends Runtime with Overrun; AEW Drops Trademark for ‘East West Express’

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This week’s episode of AEW Dynamite will get another overrun.

AEW President Tony Khan took to Twitter on Tuesday to announce a five-minute overrun. He wrote,

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“Because of your amazing support

Wednesday Night #AEWDynamite will be presented on TBS with 5 minutes overrun TOMORROW!

It’s been a great week for AEW, last Wednesday Dynamite was the #1 show on cable + one of our best shows ever on #AEWCollision!

AEW fans, how are you feeling?”

In other All Elite Wrestling news, the company is no longer trademarking the term “East West Express.” For those unaware, the name is what Nick Wayne and Jordan Oliver used while working together on the indie scene.

AEW abandoned the trademark on December 19th.

You can check out the official notice of abandonment below:

Notice of Abandonment:
OFFICIAL USPTO NOTICE OF ABANDONMENT
TRADEMARK APPLICATION EXPRESSLY ABANDONED

U.S. Application Serial No. 98285813
Mark: EAST WEST EXPRESS (STANDARD CHARACTER MARK)
Owner: All Elite Wrestling, LLC
Docket/Reference No.

Issue Date: December 18, 2023

On December 15, 2023, you filed a request to expressly abandon your application. Your application is now abandoned and we will take no further action on it.

For questions about this notice, contact the Trademark Assistance Center at 1-800-786-9199 (select option 1) or at [email protected].

View this notice and other documents for this application online in the Trademark Status and Document Retrieval (TSDR) database.

The trademark was “intended to cover the categories of bandanas; Beanies; Hats; Shirts; Sweatshirts; Tank tops; T-shirts.”

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AEW Dynamite to Get Five-Minute Overrun

This week’s episode of AEW Dynamite will have a special treat for fans as it will feature a five-minute overrun. AEW President Tony Khan made the announcement on Twitter, expressing his gratitude for the amazing support from fans. He also mentioned that last week’s Dynamite was the number one show on cable and one of their best shows ever on AEW Collision.

The decision to have a five-minute overrun shows AEW’s commitment to providing an exciting and action-packed show for its fans. It allows for more time to showcase matches, storylines, and surprises, ensuring that viewers get the most out of their Dynamite experience.

AEW has been gaining popularity and recognition in the wrestling industry, and this recent success is a testament to their hard work and dedication. The company continues to push boundaries and deliver high-quality content that keeps fans engaged and entertained.

In other news, AEW has decided not to trademark the term “East West Express.” This name was used by Nick Wayne and Jordan Oliver during their time working together on the indie scene. The trademark abandonment was filed on December 19th, as seen in the official notice of abandonment.

The decision not to trademark the term may indicate that AEW is open to collaborations and partnerships with independent wrestlers. It shows their willingness to embrace talent from various backgrounds and give them opportunities to shine on a larger platform.

The trademark was intended to cover various merchandise categories such as bandanas, beanies, hats, shirts, sweatshirts, tank tops, and t-shirts. While the trademark application has been abandoned, it does not necessarily mean that AEW won’t use the term in the future. It simply means that they won’t have exclusive rights to it.

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AEW continues to make waves in the wrestling industry, and with the upcoming five-minute overrun on Dynamite, fans can expect an even more thrilling and memorable episode. The company’s commitment to delivering top-notch entertainment and their openness to collaboration with independent wrestlers sets them apart from other promotions. AEW is undoubtedly a force to be reckoned with in the world of professional wrestling.