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-- WWE is starting to contact businesses it believes are infringing on Daniel Bryan's "Yes!" catch phrase, which they have trademarked.

Source : PWInsider

What? So if I say Yes outside of a wwe arena i will be sued by Vince?
 

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How the fuck can they even think about trademarking one of the most commonly used words in the english language?
 

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So they trademarked the yes word ok very good.Now everytime my girlfriend asks me to do something I'll just reply no because I fear legal claims by the WWE.

Thank you vince.
 
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They trademarked it for merchandise purposes. Anyone who tries to print "YES! YES! YES!" on a t-shirt will probably be sued.

It's stupid but Cranky Vince has the desire to go trademark happy these days.
 

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Trademarking the phrase yes? Is that even possible?
 

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I agree with this move. D-Bry should get a percentage in any gains made by taking advantage of his YES revolution.
 

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Trademarking a word, wow. What's next? Trademarking the whole alphabet? :lmao This is just unreal, maybe if the limitations of those trademark are only to printed-shirts then fine. I know it's been very long but did they also trademark "What?" back in 2001?
 

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WWE are just being sensible, you should always at least try to trademark everything.
 

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So WWE don't want a chant associated with their brand to be heard at other live/sporting events in these socially active/viral times, garnering them media attention in the process?

Wow.
 
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