Luke Harper Files His Own Trademark, New Day Celebrates Five Year Anniversary
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Luke Harper Files His Own Trademark
As reported by PWInsider, mostly inactive (but not by choice) WWE star Luke Harper seems to be preparing for his life outside the walls of Stanford. He has filed for a trademark on the name Brodie Lee for use on shirts and “Entertainment services, namely, wrestling exhibits and performances by a professional wrestler and entertainer.” Before his WWE days, Luke used the name Brodie Lee on the indie circuit, making a name for himself in ROH, Chikara and elsewhere.
Harper was last seen on WWE television at this year’s Clash of Champions, where he reteamed with his Bludgeon Brothers partner for a battle with Roman Reigns. He has made it clear on social media that he wants to leave WWE once his current contract expires.
New Day Celebrates Five Year Anniversary
Current SmackDown Tag Team Champions Kofi Kingston and Big E have a lot to celebrate. They successfully retained their gold on this past week’s SmackDown, a victory that marks the five year anniversary of their group, The New Day. In this backstage exclusive video, the pair reflect on their longterm success and enjoy brief cameos from Vince McMahon and “Xavier Woods.”