AEW's Andrade Files Trademark For New Ring Name

The former Andrade 'Cien' Almas has moved to trademark his new moniker.

Andrade El Idolo
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Having made his AEW debut back on the 4 June episode of AEW Dynamite, the former Andrade ‘Cien’ Almas has now filed to trademark his new ring name.

The one-time NXT Champion put in the trademark request for “Andrade El Idolo” on 17 June, with the “first use” and “first use in commerce” dates listed as 4 June for this moniker – which ties in with that aforementioned AEW debut.

This trademark filing was put in with the United States Patent & Trademark Office for purposes of, amongst other things, “entertainment in the nature of wrestling contests; entertainment services, namely, live appearances by a professional wrestling and sports entertainment personality” and for merchandise such as shirts, hoodies and hats.

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Andrade was granted his WWE release on 21 March and was introduced as the latest client of Vickie Guerrero on that 4 June Dynamite. Since then, the highly talented star has made it known that he has interest in both the AEW TNT Title and the AEW World Championship – with him also due to challenge current AEW World Champ Kenny Omega for the AAA Mega Title at TripleMania XXIX on 14 August.

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