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Mick Foley Files to Trademark Nickname

WWE Hall of Famer Mick Foley documented to reserve his “No-nonsense Legend” moniker on August 7, as per USPTO (United States Patent and Trademark Office) records.

Foley recorded the First Use date and First Use In Commerce date as 2010. This alludes to how he began utilizing the name while with TNA. The accompanying use depiction was incorporated with Foley’s most recent brand name documenting:

“IC 041. US 100 101 107. G and S: Entertainment in the idea of wrestling challenges; Entertainment administrations in the idea of parody shows; Entertainment administrations, in particular, wrestling displays and exhibitions by an expert grappler and performer; Entertainment administrations, in particular, live appearances by a comic and expert grappler; Entertainment administrations, in particular, individual appearances by an entertainer and expert grappler; Entertainment administrations, to be specific, broadcast appearances by a humorist and expert grappler; Presentation of live show exhibitions; Presentation of live satire shows; Providing wrestling news and data through a worldwide PC organization; Providing on the web interviews highlighting comic and expert grappler in the field of parody or potentially proficient wrestling for diversion purposes.”

This recording comes after Foley documented to reserve “Desert plant Jack” on February 18, documented to reserve “Fella Love” on February 21, and recorded to reserve “Kindman” on July 7.

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