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AEW File To Trademark ‘Paragon’ – Possible New Name & Logo For Undisputed Era

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The trio of Adam Cole, Bobby Fish, and Kyle O’Reilly do not have a collective name since reuniting in AEW but that could be about to change according to a new trademark filing.

Adam Cole shocked the system when the former NXT Champion made his All Elite Wrestling debut following the main event of All Out. Cole immediately reunited with his former Bullet Club comrades Kenny Omega and The Young Bucks in The Elite.

Bobby Fish was released from his WWE contract on August 6th, 2021 following a stellar career as part of NXT. Just two months later Fish made his AEW debut and was soon aligned on-screen once again as a villainous henchman for Adam Cole.

Kyle O’Reilly competed in NXT as recently as December 7th, 2021 when he was defeated by his former tag team partner Von Wagner. O’Reilly’s WWE contract expired on the 10th of that month and just two weeks later, The Violent Artist was All Elite. In O’Reilly’s first AEW appearance he helped Adam Cole defeat Orange Cassidy and reunited with his long-time reDRagon tag team partner Bobby Fish.

The trio was at one time known as Undisputed Era on NXT but since defecting to AEW they obviously cannot use that moniker.

Now AEW has sought to trademark an interesting word that could well be the group’s new name, including attempting to trademark a logo that could well be for the trio as well.

On the 3rd of January 2022, AEW filed to trademark the word ‘Paragon.’ The word itself means “a person or thing regarded as a perfect example of a particular quality” and was used by Kyle O’Reilly on television to describe the three men.

On Rampage that will air on Friday, the 7th of January Adam Cole will go one on one with another former NXT star turned All Elite Wrestling competitor, Jake Atlas.