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Four interesting trademarks filed on behalf of Sasha Banks’ company

Late last week four trademark applications believed to be related to Mercedes Varnado, better known to fans as WWE Superstar Sasha Banks, were filed with the United States Patent and Trademark Office.

The work was done by Michael Dockins, an attorney who has helped many wrestlers file trademark applications over the past few years. The trademarks were filed on behalf of Soulando, Inc.

Soulnado, Inc., is a corporation formed on August 15, 2022 in the state of Delaware with the registered name eResidentAgent, Inc., and it is said to be Varnado’s company.

The four trademarks filed are Mercedes Mone’, Mone’ Talks, Bank Mone’, and Statement Maker. All four marks were filed for merchandise and entertainment services.

Last week, Banks said that the moment she’s been waiting for for the past six months is quickly arriving this month, leaving fans wondering if she’s returning to WWE or going to the competition. To add more fuel to the fire. She has also been posting several videos doing wrestling training on her social media.

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