NXT Audience Dips To Yearly Low, JoJo Offerman Doing Conventions, WWE Files For Old WCW Trademark

-- This week's NXT Heatwave go-home episode drew an audience of 542,000, down from last week and actually the lowest audience for the show in almost a year. In the 18-49 demo, the show drew a 0.15 rating, which would be the second lowest figure in that category in almost a year.

-- Jojo Offerman, the widow of Bray Wyatt, revealed that she has been working conventions lately so that fans can pay their support in person as it has helped them cope with Wyatt's death. Offerman praised the wrestling community and especially WWE as "having her back" and credited them with helping her get through some of her bad days. She also noted that she hasn't ruled out getting back into the ring but right now her primary focus is being a mother to her children.

-- On Tuesday, WWE filed a trademark for SuperBrawl, the former WCW pay-per-view. The rights to the trademark have bounced around between multiple parties including WWE and Cody Rhodes but it has been abandoned since 2020 before WWE picked it back up this week, perhaps hinting at the name of a future show.