Tuesday, November 26, 2019

Big Matches Announced For Starrcade, WWE Files To Trademark Original ECW PPV Names

Big Matches Announced For Starrcade, WWE Files To Trademark Original ECW PPV Names
- WWE filed to trademark the names of two original ECW pay-per-view events, the "CyberSlam" name and the "Barely Legal" name.


ECW Barely Legal was the inaugural ECW pay-per-view event, held on April 13, 1997 at the legendary ECW Arena in Philadelphia. ECW CyberSlam was a pay-per-view and fan convention that ran from 1996-2000. It was held at the ECW Arena every year, but was held as a two-night event with another show in Queens in 1997.

There's no word yet on why WWE is trademarking the ECW Barely Legal and CyberSlam names, but stay tuned as we will keep you updated.

- WWE has announced two big matches for Sunday's Starrcade live event special on the WWE Network.

The first match will see Rusev take on Bobby Lashley with a Last Man Standing stipulation. There will also be a Fatal 4 Way for the WWE Women's Tag Team Titles with Asuka & Kairi Sane defending against RAW Women's Champion Becky Lynch & Charlotte Flair, Sasha Banks & SmackDown Women's Champion Bayley, and Alexa Bliss & Nikki Cross.

Sunday's Starrcade event will take place from the Infinite Energy Center in Duluth, Georgia. WWE noted that the in-arena show will begin at 6:30pm ET. The one-hour WWE Network show will begin at 7pm ET.

Stay tuned as WWE will be announcing more Starrcade matches soon.

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