Aiden English New Role, AEW Trademark, Christian Hosting New Show
WWE has been trying Aiden English out in the broadcast role down in the Performance Center. Per feedback from Michael Cole (who is also responsible for on-air talent at WWE), English took to the job well. For now, it is expected that Aiden English will work alongside Vic Joseph and Nigel McGuiness at least through WrestleMania, per WWE’s announcement.
Considering how good Aiden English has been on the mic, cutting promos and singing for Rusev Day, it’s not a huge shock to find he’s performing well on commentary. While he still should have a chance in the ring, having a new voice and viewpoint for announcing can be a positive too.
The phrase being trademarked was first coined, in relation to All Elite Wrestling, by Chris Jericho at their recent Jacksonville rally. This is noteworthy because of the oft-used term “WWE Universe”, which of course is how World Wrestling Entertainment refers to its legion of fans.
It will be interesting to see if WWE is able to mount a legal challenge to the filing on that grounds. Since the two companies are in the same industry, and WWE has been using Universe for years, there could be something to watch there. Regardless, it’s clear All Elite has big plans moving forward.
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