The Indy Connection Creates A New Parody Shirt Featuring Jim Cornette After Lawsuit Is Filed
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Lawsuits from Jim Cornette and Stephen P. New must not have G-Raver and The Indy Connection too concerned as they decide to double down on their distaste for the wrestling personality.
Not long after news broke that Cornette had filed a lawsuit against the Brownsville, PA-based firm for use of his name and likeness on a t-shirt parodying him, the wrestling merchandise and service company went back to the well with a new tee design.
The new tee certainly features a likeness akin to Jim Cornette, but this time around features are masked with clown make-up and then states “Clownette” in place of his name. The tee is currently sold out on the store page.
— Dominic DeAngelo of WrestleZone.com (@DominicDeAngelo) December 30, 2019
In addition to having the aforementioned lawsuit filed against him, The Indy Connection owner William Molinar also previously applied to trademark the phrase “Fuck Jim Cornette” in tandem with a domain name of similar nature.
The previous t-shirt featured a dead and bloody Cornette with his eyes crossed out, pins in his forehead and his mouth gagged with the phrase at hand in addition to the design.
No word as to what Cornette will do in retaliation, but he previously did make an exact replica of the earlier design with $5 of each shirt bought going to WHAS Crusade For Children.