WWE Applies to Trademark Classic WCW PPV Name, Ziggler & McIntyre Appear On TV, Relive SummerSlam 1990 (Video)
August 19, 2021 | News | No Comments
According to PWInsider.com, WWE has filed to trademark the classic WCW PPV name “Starrcade”. The Starrcade event was always considered to be WCW’s marquee event of the year, akin to WWE’s WrestleMania, and got its start in Jim Crockett Promotions back in 1983.
WWE last used the Starrcade event for a live event back in December 2017 in Greensboro, NC, where the PPV got its start. The report furthers the timing of WWE’s trademark filing is interesting given the rumors surrounding a possible Women’s PPV taking place in WWE sometime this year.
Ziggler & McIntyre Appear On TV
WWE stars Drew McIntyre and Dolph Ziggler appeared on AM TV in Cincinnati today to hype tonight’s WWE Raw:
Thanks for stopping in to @FOX19 @HEELZiggler and @DMcIntyreWWE! Go see them at #RAW tonight at US Bank Arena. I’ll be there also! pic.twitter.com/3k0rgdBGoT
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— Matthew Wood (@FOX19MattW) July 23, 2018
Relive SummerSlam 1990
WWE has released the following video:
With #SummerSlam just around corner, relive the CRAZY moments from SummerSlam 1990! pic.twitter.com/7R6sJ9MrTP
— WWE (@WWE) July 23, 2018