The Revival Fuels AEW Speculation, Luke Gallows Files For Interesting Trademark

The Revival Fuels AEW Speculation, Luke Gallows Files For Interesting Trademark

Former WWE Superstar Luke Gallows has filed to trademark the “Sex Ferguson” name.

This is related to Gallows’ character in WWE’s Southpaw Regional Wrestling parody series that was released a few years ago – Tex Ferguson. Gallows actually used the “Sex Ferguson” name before his WWE days.

It’s interesting to note that Gallows’ company previously held the trademark for “Sex Ferguson” back in July 2017, but the trademark was abandoned in April 2018.

Gallows and Karl Anderson were released by WWE back on April 15. They are rumored to return to Japan, but nothing is official for their post-WWE futures.

In other news on former WWE tag teams, Dax Harwood is fueling speculation on The Revolt going to AEW soon.

We noted how the latest episode of “Being The Elite” featured The Young Bucks looking up to the sky to see “FTR” spelled out in the clouds. This was believed to be a reference to The Revolt, Dax and Cash Wheeler, who have used the “FTR” name since they were known as The Revival in WWE. The “Fear The Revolt” reference fueled speculation that the former Dash Wilder and Scott Dawson are headed to AEW later this summer.

As seen below, Dax tweeted a screenshot of the “FTR” in the clouds:


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