The Ultimate Warrior’s Lawyers Send Cease & Desist Letters To Over 100 Merchandisers

TMZ reports that attorneys for The Ultimate Warrior’s marketing company Ultimate Creations are trying to stop bootleg Warrior merchandise from being sold. Several t-shirts with Warrior’s name and logo popped up online last week after his death and his lawyers are going after the, citing Warrior’s trademark.

A cease & desist letter has been sent out to more than 100 merchandisers already, threatening legal action if they don’t stop all sales immediately.

  • Jacob June

    Good for Ultimate Creations. It’s pathetic when people capitalize from someone’s death, but bootleg stuff? These people SHOULD be sued.

  • Harps Starkz

    Im gonna be buying the warrior shirt from