Cash Wheeler and Dax Harwood hit with their second cease & desist
Cash Wheeler and Dax Harwood have been hit with their second cease & desist in a matter of weeks.
WWE has issued a cease and desist against the team for company owned images on a t-shirt the duo released on Pro Wrestling Tees.
The images were leaked following their departure from WWE, and depict the pair in outrageous costumes.
The cease and desist was reportedly received two weeks ago, following the upload of the design on their Pro Wrestling Tees shop.
The team was recently hit with another cease and desist from use of the name “The Revolt”.
Caleb Konley and Zane Riley, collectively known as The Revolt have been using that name for five years on the independent scene.
Konley and Riley wanted an official response to their cease and desist by May 18, or legal action could be taken.
As of this report, it’s unknown if Wheeler and Harwood officially responded.