Charlotte Flair and Andrade are one of the hottest real-life couples in WWE. They have been dating for quite sometimes before bringing it to the public earlier this year.
Since then, their PDA sessions in public or over the social media knew no bound. They are indeed in so much with each other which is good for them. Now they have jointly applied to register trademarks to be unique in the pro-wrestling circuit.
Check out the revelations made by sescoops.com where Charlotte Flair wanted her Queen catchphrase to be trademarked,
“Charlotte Flair and Andrade have each filed for new wrestling-related trademarks. Real name Ashley Fliehr has applied to trademark the term “Queen of Wrestling” and the name “Ashley Flair” on November 27th, 2019.
Flair’s partner Andrade also filed for some trademarks recently. Under his real name of Manuel Alfonso Andrade Oropeza, Andrade applied to trademark the names “La Sombra” and “El Idolo” also on November 27th.”
It was added that Charlotte Flair wanted the “Queen of Wrestling” and “Ashley Flair” trademarks for listed purposes of “Hats; Hooded sweatshirts; Pants; Shirts; Short-sleeved or long-sleeved t-shirts.”
It’s quite certain that the ten-time women’s champion wants to make more money out of her royal gimmick in the WWE. But it will also be interesting to see if WWE gets to partner with Charlotte Flair in selling these merchandise.
As for Andrade, the El-Idolo phrase stands for The Idol in English. He believes that brighter days are waiting ahead of him in the WWE. Being a Mexican representative could give him the upper-hand, for sure.
The likes of Rey Mysterio and Sin Cara won’t be wrestling in the WWE for very long considering their age and contract issues, respectively. So, Andrade could turn out to be the one to capture the spot.
As for Charlotte Flair, this woman does not need any separate introduction, for sure. She is perhaps the most genetically superior female athlete to ever step foot inside the pro-wrestling circle.
She already has ten title reigns and a Wrestlemania main event under her name. It won’t come as a surprise if someday Flair breaks his father’s record of sixteen title reigns and solidifies her legacy to be The Queen.