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Cease And Desist Letters Issued To People Attempting To Sell Ultimate Warrior Merchandise


TMZ is reporting that only after one week since the Ultimate Warrior died that some people made T-shirts with his name and logo without the permission from Ultimate Creations which is Warriors marketing company.

Here is their article:

Feel the power of the Ultimate Warrior’s trademark rights … from BEYOND THE GRAVE — the late wrestler is trying to crush all attempts to make a quick buck off his death.

T-shirts donning Warrior’s name and logo popped up all over the Internet last week after he passed … and now attorneys for Ultimate Creations (Warrior’s marketing company) want the imitations scrapped from the net — citing the wrestler’s trademark.

We’re told the cease and desist letter — obtained by TMZ — has been fired off to more than 100 merchandisers already … threatening legal action if they don’t shut down all sales immediately.

Warrior will also gorilla press slam dead relatives of any knockoff salesmen … in Heaven.

That’s what we imagine, anyway.

Andrews Take: It really is a shame that some people take advantage of someones death and sell their brand without their permission. Once again, from all of us here at Daily DDT, our thoughts are with the family of the Warrior.

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