WWE Hits Young Bucks With A Cease & Desist Over 'Too Sweet'

  

WWE Hits Young Bucks With A Cease & Desist Over 'Too Sweet'

As reported by Ryan Satin of Pro Wrestling Sheets, the WWE has issued a cease and desist order against Ring of Honor and New Japan Pro Wrestling Tag Team, The Young Bucks. The letter asks the team to no longer use the "Too Sweet" hand gesture as it is owned by the WWE. Failure to stop using it could lead to fines up to $150,000. 

The "Too Sweet" gesture was first made famous by the NWO for WCW, which the WWE bought in 2001 and owns all its copyrights. WWE has asked The Young Bucks to submit a written agreement saying they will not use the gesture in other promotions again.


While the Young Bucks use the gesture a lot, The Bullet Club, of which the Bucks or currently members of, have been using it for years. The WWE has never asked the group to stop in the past which makes many wonder why WWE is singling out the Bucks now. One reason may be the fact that they, along with fellow Club members Cody Rhodes and Marty Scrull, recently "invaded"  Ontario, California edition of WWE Monday Night Raw.


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