As per Fightful, WWE filed to trademark the term ‘Chigona Bomb’ on October 29 although it is unclear what the phrase could refer to.
So far, ‘Chigona Bomb’ has not been mentioned or referred to on WWE, NXT or NXT UK television and neither has it been alluded to as something incoming. However, one interesting note is that Raquel Gonzalez used the phrase “chingona” in a recent Instagram post – which Bill Pritchard of WrestleZone would pick up on.
Chigona / Chingona = “a bad-ass woman” (Spanish)
Wrestling websites, please credit me for doing the scoops. pic.twitter.com/puUCJ7yFzC
— Bill Pritchard (WrestleZone.com) (@bpritchard152) November 3, 2020
The following description was given for the filing:
IC 041. US 100 101 107. G & S: Wrestling exhibitions and performances by a professional wrestler and entertainer rendered live and through broadcast media including television and radio, and via the internet or commercial online service; providing wrestling news and information via a global computer network; providing information in the fields of sports via an online community portal
With speculation pointing to either a new pay-per-view event in a different country once COVID-19 travel rules allow or even the name of a new finishing move for a potential debutant, the actual idiom ‘Chingona’, which WWE’s trademark originates from means something different. According to the translation, chingona is a Spanish slang term meaning ‘bad a** woman.’ Someone who chooses to live life on her own terms.
Inside the Ropes will keep you up to date with the latest on this mysterious filing as and when news becomes available.