Arn Anderson & Cody Each File For New Trademarks, 4 Horsemen Trademark Filed

Cody and Arn Anderson have each filed for new trademarks recently.

Cody Arn Anderson

Arn Anderson and Cody Runnels have each filed for new trademarks recently. Arn Anderson has filed to trademark his on-screen name. AEW’s Cody recently filed to trademark the terms “American Dream” and “American Nightmare” as well.

Arn Anderson Trademark

Real name Marty Lunde filed to trademark his wrestling name Arn Anderson on March 9th, 2019. The purpose of the trademark as listed by documents filed with the US trademark and patents office is as follows:

“Entertainment services, namely, live appearances by a professional wrestler and sports entertainment personality, Entertainment services, namely, personal appearances by a professional wrestler and sports entertainment personality; Entertainment services, namely, wrestling exhibits and performances by a professional wrestler and entertainer.”

Cody Trademark

As AEW builds towards launch, Cody has filed for two new trademarks under his name recently. On March 10th he applied to trademark the term “the American Dream” and “the American Nightmare.”

Four Horsemen Trademark Filed

A company named “Toot Toot LLC” has filed to trademark the term “Four Horsemen” on March 10th as well.

Cody Comments on Arn Anderson’s Release

Not long after news of Anderson’s WWE release broke, Cody made his opinions of his departure public.

“I’m just shocked because the entire current top talent at WWE — Seth Rollins, John Cena, Brock, even, Charlotte — I mean, everybody within the ‘golden circle’ is an Arn guy or girl,” Cody said to Pro Wrestling Sheet. I feel like that blows my mind. […] Arn Anderson is a gift the to the industry,” he said. “He’s not corporate, he’s a wrestler, but you cannot take wrestlers out of the wrestling business.”