Adam Copeland was referred to as the “Rated R Superstar” during his AEW debut at WrestleDream. According to a report from Pwinsider, WWE abandoned their trademark on the term back in May of 2020.
With the trademark abandoned, AEW and Copeland can use the term without running into issues with WWE’s legal team.
Copeland will be appearing on this week’s episodes of AEW Dynamite and Collision.
In other news, Aussie Open’s Mark Davis took to Twitter following his and Kyle Fletcher’s match with FTR for the AEW World Tag Team Championships at the WrestleDream 2023 pay-per-view event to announce that he suffered a wrist injury. He wrote,
“sometimes you win em, sometimes you snap your wrist”
As of this writing, there is no word on how long he’ll be out of action.
sometimes you win em, sometimes you snap your wrist
— dunkzilla – マーク・デイビス (@DUNKZILLADavis) October 2, 2023
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Adam Copeland, also known as the “Rated R Superstar,” made his debut in All Elite Wrestling (AEW) at WrestleDream. This event marked an exciting moment for Copeland and his fans, as he was able to use his trademarked name without any legal issues from WWE.
According to a report from Pwinsider, WWE abandoned their trademark on the term “Rated R Superstar” in May 2020. This decision allowed AEW and Copeland to freely use the name without running into any conflicts with WWE’s legal team. It’s a significant development for Copeland’s career, as he can now fully embrace his iconic persona in AEW.
In addition to his debut, Copeland will be appearing on this week’s episodes of AEW Dynamite and Collision. Fans can look forward to seeing him in action and witnessing his skills in the ring.
However, it’s not all good news in the world of AEW. Aussie Open’s Mark Davis recently took to Twitter to announce that he suffered a wrist injury during his match with Kyle Fletcher against FTR for the AEW World Tag Team Championships at WrestleDream 2023. Davis tweeted, “sometimes you win em, sometimes you snap your wrist.” As of now, there is no information available regarding the severity of the injury or how long Davis will be out of action.
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Overall, Adam Copeland’s AEW debut as the “Rated R Superstar” is an exciting development in his career. With WWE abandoning their trademark on the term, Copeland can fully embrace his iconic persona in AEW. However, injuries like Mark Davis’ wrist injury serve as a reminder of the physical toll that professional wrestling can take on athletes. Stay tuned for more updates on these and other wrestling news stories.