Fandango Trademark Battle, New Host City For SummerSlam?, WWE Advertising Issues

Fandango Trademark Battle, New Host City For SummerSlam?, WWE Advertising Issues Photo: Nicole (@nicole_rose_54)

Source: Wrestling Observer Newsletter

- There is indeed a trademark battle over the name Fandango. WWE tried to trademark the term for use for a pro wrestler but Comcast has trademarked it for their movie ticketing website Fandango.com.

- There is talk of Los Angeles not getting WWE SummerSlam in 2014. Madison Square Garden in New York City has been rumored as a venue. There is also talk of doing the 2015 Royal Rumble in either Los Angeles or Anaheim.

- WWE has updated advertising for the December 30th RAW tapings in Richmond, Virginia and the live event in Toronto that same night. John Cena, Alberto Del Rio, Randy Orton, Big Show and Dolph Ziggler are all now only being advertised for the Toronto event. Christian has been added to Orton vs. Cena as the special referee that night. For the RAW tapings that night, WWE is now advertising The Wyatt Family, The Shield, Mark Henry and Daniel Bryan.

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