WWE Abandons Becky Lynch-Related Trademark, Exit Rumours Continue

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WWE has given up efforts to trademark a popular Becky Lynch-related phrase.

The company has been attempting to trademark ‘Big Time Becks’, a nickname used by the Irish Superstar following her return to the company at SummerSlam on 21st August 2021.

Lynch made a shock return to defeat Bianca Belair for the SmackDown Women’s Championship at the huge Premium Live Event that emanated from Las Vegas’ Allegiant Stadium.

WWE filed for the trademark the following month but met opposition from James K. Duck, who had already registered the name in previous years.

The legal battle dragged into 2024 but recent public record postings reveal that WWE has abandoned it’s attempts to hold the rights to the name:

“Abandoned after an inter partes decision by the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board. For further information, see TTABVUE on the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board web page.”

Becky Lynch Defeated At WWE King And Queen Of The Ring

Uncertainty surrounds Lynch’s WWE future, with the 2019 Women’s Royal Rumble winner set to be out of contract in the coming days.

Exit rumours have continued to accelerate after Lynch was defeated by Liv Morgan for the WWE Women’s World Champions at the recent WWE King And Queen Of The Ring Premium Live Event.

H/T: Fightful for the above transcription.