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WWE Might Be Bringing Back Iconic WCW PPV


Below are some top WWE news stories of the day, involving WCW and Mideon.

• The fall of WCW remains a significant topic within the wrestling community, with its demise attributed to various factors. Despite its collapse, WWE has continued to incorporate many aspects of WCW into their current programming. Recently, it appears WWE might be reviving a popular WCW pay-per-view.

WWE has secured a new trademark for the old WCW pay-per-view event, SuperBrawl. This event was a staple of WCW programming from 1991 to 2001. The inaugural SuperBrawl featured a main event between Ric Flair and Tatsumi Fujinami for the WCW and NWA World Heavyweight Championships. The final show saw Scott Steiner face Kevin Nash in a 2 out of 3 falls “Loser Leaves WCW” match for the WCW World Heavyweight Championship.

WWE has a history of bringing back old WCW pay-per-views. For example, Halloween Havoc, a WCW favorite, has been featured as part of NXT’s special shows. On July 2, WWE filed for the SuperBrawl trademark with the United States Patent and Trademark Office, specifically for broadcast media. This move indicates that WWE has plans for the event.

The trademark filing covers “exhibition of professional wrestling events rendered through broadcast media including television and distributed via various platforms across multiple forms of transmission media; providing wrestling news and information through broadcast media including television and distributed via various platforms across multiple forms of transmission media; providing a website in the field of sports entertainment information.”

This development suggests that WWE is preparing to reintroduce SuperBrawl, tapping into the nostalgia of WCW fans and continuing to honor the legacy of WCW’s historic events.

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• Liv Morgan has been on an impressive run since her return from injury at the Royal Rumble. She took out Rhea Ripley earlier this year as part of her Revenge Tour. In an unexpected twist, a notable figure from WWE’s past has expressed interest in managing her.

After creating a new persona post-WrestleMania 40, Liv Morgan has made significant strides in WWE. Recently, she capitalized on Dominik Mysterio’s interference at King and Queen of the Ring to defeat Becky Lynch and claim the Women’s World Championship, a title that Ripley never lost. Morgan’s focused agenda and increased TV presence have garnered attention from fans and former wrestlers alike.

On The Undertaker’s Six Feet Under podcast, Ministry Of Darkness member Mideon spoke about Liv Morgan’s current work in WWE. Mideon, who has become a fan of Morgan’s recent performances, expressed his interest in managing her on RAW. He shared his desire to return to WWE as a writer and be involved in Morgan’s revenge tour. Mideon highlighted the traditional dynamic of a small manager with a tall client but proposed that pairing with Morgan would be a refreshing reversal of this trope.

“I can leave and go anywhere you want me to go and do whatever you want. If you want (writing) samples, ask me, and please don’t use them. What I want to do is write and manage (for WWE). I want to manage Liv. I think right now with the revenge tour, she’s phenomenal. There’s always been the little manager and the (tall client). This is the big guy with a little girl. With every time they’ve changed what she’s doing, I have rewritten for that.”

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