June 14, 2018

Women's Wrestler Applies For Sister Abigail Trademark, Possible WWE MYC Competitor

Women's Wrestler Applies For Sister Abigail Trademark, Possible WWE MYC Competitor
- Tokyo Sports reports that Meiko Satomura may be entering WWE's 2018 Mae Young Classic, which is scheduled to tape in August at Full Sail University near Orlando.

 The paper reached out to Satomura and she said nothing is official but indicated that an announcement could be made at the WWE live event in Japan next month.

Satomura has been a rival of women's star Io Shirai, who is set to begin working with WWE at the Performance Center soon.

- It's interesting to note that a woman named Tatevik Hunanyan, who wrestles on the California indie scene as Tatevik The Gamer, applied to trademark the "Sister Abigail" name earlier this month. The use associated with the trademark is, "Entertainment services, namely, wrestling exhibits and performances by a professional wrestler and entertainer."

WWE has never applied to trademark the Sister Abigail name, despite the character being associated with The Wyatt Family for several years now. Tatevik actually applied for WWE Tough Enough back in 2015 but never made it to the competition.


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