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Chris Jericho Files New Trademarks, Miro On His Absence, Brian Cage Talks New AEW Deal

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Chris Jericho filed to trademark three terms he used in AEW this past Wednesday.

The trademarks are “The Rarified Air of Jericho,” “The Educator,” and “The Learning Tree.”

You can check out the trademark descriptions below:

Mark For: THE EDUCATOR trademark registration is intended to cover the categories of hats; Shirts; Socks; Bandanas; Shirts and short-sleeved shirts; Sweatshirts; Hooded sweatshirts.

Mark For: THE LEARNING TREE trademark registration is intended to cover the categories of hats; Shirts; Socks; Bandanas; Shirts and short-sleeved shirts; Sweatshirts; Hooded sweatshirts.

Mark For: THE RARIFIED AIR OF JERICHO trademark registration is intended to cover the categories of hats; Shirts; Socks; Bandanas; Shirts and short-sleeved shirts; Sweatshirts; Hooded sweatshirts.

Miro hasn’t appeared on AEW TV since defeating Andrade at AEW Worlds End 2023.

In a recent interview with SportsKeeda, Miro revealed that his shoulder and elbow injuries are keeping him out of action. He said,

I have a shoulder injury and an elbow injury that occurred late last year, so finally took care of it [in] late January, got a whole bunch of shots. Now I’m recovering, rehabbing, and come back stronger than ever.”

Brian Cage signed a long-term, multi-year deal with AEW last summer, and The Swolverine spoke about his “lengthy-term” contract in a recent interview with Unleashed. He said,

Actually, I was going back and forth, my contract was coming up last year with AEW, and I was going back and forth with WWE and AEW with my agent, trying to see where we should fit, and there’s pros and cons to both. A big reason, there are a lot of reasons, but a big reason to stay with AEW was the fact that there was a lot more certainty, so to speak. It’s not necessarily a guaranteed contract, but for lack of a better term, the contract was essentially guaranteed, compared to WWE’s, which is, I mean, I could be signed there today, gone tomorrow, you know what I mean. So I thought about it, and I got a lengthy term with AEW. So I’m like all right, you know what, we just had another kid, and I have two other kids. I was just thinking, not just professionally but personally, for the security, for the length of the contract, and comfortability as well, we’re already there, you’re used to it. I was like, yeah, if it’s not broke, maybe don’t fix it, and I was like, yeah, maybe it’s best just to stay here and stay put and make the best out of it. Going back to Tony being such a fan and such a good person, everything else, it plays a big role into that and the way he takes care of his talent and treats the talent and thinks about his talent as actual human beings, whereas, not trying to throw negative crap on WWE, and obviously Paul/Triple H is making a lot of charges, but for the longest time, it’s kind of looked like you’re almost just cattle in WWE, and once they don’t need you, they’re like, ‘All right, see you later, get the hell out of here, we don’t need you.’ They don’t really care as much, whereas AEW definitely seems like they’re a more tight group and a family, and if something was to happen, like we’ve had a couple people pass while under contract, and Tony’s still paid off their contract to their family and has taken care of them and stuff, which is pretty unheard of. So there’s just a couple examples of how he really cares about people on his roster.”

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