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That’s not a good look. The right attire is one of the most important parts of a wrestler’s presentation. Making a wrestler look good is a great way to give the fans a reason to care about them, which can be incredibly tricky. That can involve some very unique looking material, but in a recent case, it is not going well for a current star, as a certain part of his gear is getting him in legal trouble.

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According to Wrestlenomics, AEW and Luchasaurus are being sued by a company called Composite Effects LLC (CFX) for using and profiting from their design in Luchasaurus’ mask without permission. While Luchasaurus was allowed to use the mask in the ring, there was no permission to use it in merchandise. CFX provided emails from Luchasaurus talking about a possible modification of a mask the company had created before, which became his signature mask. When CFX attempted to come to a licensing agreement, no deal was reached. CFX is now suing for profits from the mask, damages and attorneys’ fees.

Luchasaurus has done well in AEW. Check out some of his time in the company:

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Opinion: If what CFX is saying is true, there isn’t much of an argument to be made here. CFX is claiming that they created something, AEW made money off of it and CFX was not getting a cut. That isn’t fair whatsoever to CFX and they deserve to be paid for the work that they have done. Assuming this is true, hopefully CFX gets what they deserve, as they have already done their part.

What do you think of the situation? What is your favorite wrestling mask? Let us know in the comments below.

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