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Cody Rhodes on WWE using ALL In phrase for Total Divas promo

WWE surprised everyone recently when they released a new promo video for the upcoming season of Total Divas featuring the likes of Paige, Bella Twins and more.

What’s interesting here is that the promo as seen below used the ‘ALL In’ catchphrase which was made famous by Cody Rhodes and The Young Bucks when they named their indie show after it:

After the promo went viral, a fan asked Cody if he will be taking any legal action against the company for using the catchphrase, probably recalling the time WWE sent them a cease and desist letter for using the Too Sweet gesture.

Replying to it, the former ROH World Champion said that that he would not because it’s not the fault of the female stars featured in the promo:

What do you think about the whole incident? Let us know your thoughts in the comment section

  • Armitage Soulshroude

    It’s just a catchy phrase. I’m sure it’s not trademarked or if it even can be trademarked.

    This isn’t an “incident”, either…

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  • Fredrick

    I honestly thought Cody retired.

  • CC

    Not so sure you could sue anyone for using the term All in as it is hardly unique to this show.
    I mean, WWE would have legal rights to the PPV name WrestleMania for instance, but very doubtful they could stop anyone using the term “Fastlane” as it is so generic. All in kinda falls into that generic category.
    Just as I doubt Anthem could stop anyone using the word “Impact”.

    I also think that if WWE are using it because of the show, it is actually a good sign, as it means the show is big enough to get the attention of WWE.