WWF Returns After 20 Years With New Owner

Say goodbye to WWE and welcome back WWF! We have all been waiting for this moment to come and it’s finally here. Undertaker having a ‘final’ WWE title match rumor just leaked.



Sadly, the propositioned WWF trademark is in no way associated with WWE, Vince McMahon, or HHH. The WWF trademark was purchased by Demperio Sports & Entertainment, LLC. They filed a trademark for World Wrestling Federation in December 2020.

The trademark states that they plan to present “wrestling contests” and the remaining portion of the filing falls in line with typical pro wrestling trademarks. It is listed under the “entertainment services” category.

The filing that was for December 20th, 2020 has not been reviewed by the trademark examiner. It can still be rejected or accepted. It seems very likely that WWE will fight this trademark from being accepted because it could cause confusion with fans.

Even though Vince McMahon and the WWE don’t have any direct ties to this “new” WWF, it seems likely that Vince and the WWE will dip their hands into the WWF pot once more to stop the WWF trademark from coming into fruition. It’s hard to say if they can really do much as they no longer own the trademark.

If anyone is going to do something, it may be the World Wildlife Fund who created the lawsuit with Vince McMahon’s WWF originally forcing Vince to “get the F out”. Then we can have t-shirts of pandas with steel chairs again. Vince McMahon ‘canceled’ Bray Wyatt’s WWE return.

Dustin Schumacher
Dustin Schumacher
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