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WWE News: Diva Name Re-Trademarked, Dudley Boyz on WWE.com, New Job Postings
Posted by Jeremy Thomas on 03.14.2013



- WWE, who as you will recall has been trying to bring back several former Divas, has filed a new trademark application for Kharma. They let the trademark expire in January; make of that what you will.

- The Dudley Boys have been added to WWE.com's Alumni section.

- WWE has job postings for Vice President for WWE Kids Entertainment and "Preditor/Creative Director" that you can see here and here.

Credit: PWInsider



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