Ronda Rousey applies for trademark for a very odd logo

Friday June 3rd, 2016

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Public figures are very quick to associate anything that is associated with their name, usually to prevent other people from profiting off their likeness without there permission, with names like Urban Meyer and Kirk Cousins both hitting the patent office recently to secure rights.

Ronda Rousey is also following suit, although her latest filing is a little odd as it includes a pretty weird logo that doesn’t seem like something anyone would want to buy or sell.

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To make things even more peculiar, the patent application says the design is for “plastice name badges”

The MMA and movie star has previously applied for a trademark on the acronym “DNB” which is a reference to her viral rant about “Do Nothing B------” and inspired an upcoming Tina Fey comedy, in which the former champ herself is expected to have a role.

[Bloody Elbow]

Brendan Maloy

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