Ric Flair Suing Former Manager, Update On "Broken Matt Hardy" Trademark, Best Survivor Series Teams

- Above, WWE looked at the five coolest Survivor Series teams ever. Among the group is The Ultimate Warrior, Legion of Doom, and Texas Tornado.

- According to PWInsider, there's an update on the "Broken Matt Hardy" trademark where it's been published for opposition on December 19. This means any parties that want to challenge have 30 days to do so. If there aren't any, then Matt Hardy will have ownership and can use it within or outside of WWE. Since leaving for WWE, there's been a long intellectual property battle between Hardy and Impact Wrestling's parent company, Anthem, where Hardy even offered to outright pay $10k-$15k for the gimmick.

- According to TMZ Sports, Ric Flair is suing his former management (Legacy Talent and Entertainment) for money he claims he didn't receive for the ESPN 30 for 30 documentary on his life. The amount for that totaled $25,000. He claims that money instead went to his former management group and Flair says he was never informed or given his share of that payment. There was also an endorsement deal with Jake's Fireworks for $12,000 that Flair says is missing. When he reached out to Legacy, they told him they used it on legal fees, which Flair said he never authorized them to do.


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