Luke Harper might be preparing to resume his pre-WWE pro-wrestling career. The 39-year-old recently applied to trademark his former wrestling gimmick name of “Brodie Lee” on November 26th, 2019.
The purpose of the trademark is listed as “Entertainment services, namely, wrestling exhibits and performances by a professional wrestler and entertainer.”
The last time Harper wrestled for WWE was two weeks ago on a November 16th, 2019 house show from Washington. He last wrestled on WWE programming in the 20-person battle royal at Crown Jewel in Saudi Arabia.
Luke Harper Applies To Trademark “Brodie Lee”
The last time Harper wrestled as Brodie Lee he defeated BJ Whitmer on a Dragon Gate USA show from November 13th, 2011. It was reported in March of 2012 that he had signed with WWE. That year he would debut in FCW and later became a member of the Wyatt Family when the territory was re-branded as NXT.
As Luke Harper, he is a former NXT tag champion, 2x Smackdown tag team champion, and a 1x Intercontinental champion.
Luke Harper Asks For His Release
Harper is believed to have asked WWE for his release over a year ago. It was not reported on until this spring, however. Harper is expected to become a free agent approximately around WrestleMania season next year.