- Owner of Bloodsport movie has filed new trademark application.
- Plans to expand the brand into crypto, NFTs & virtual reality games & software are the reason behind the trademark.
- The application was filed on May 12, 2022.
Bloodsport movie’s owner has filed a new trademark application. Purpose behind filing the application is taking the brand forward and expanding it into crypto collectibles, virtual reality games & software, cryptocurrency and NFTs & NFT/crypto trading.
Mike Kondoudis announced the update through a Twitter post:
The owner of the movie BLOODSPORT has filed a new trademark application indicating plans to expand the brand into
▶️ Crypto collectibles
▶️ NFTs + NFT/crypto trading
▶️ Virtual reality games + software#NFTs #Metaverse #Web3 pic.twitter.com/MbhxzIKp0d
— Mike Kondoudis (@KondoudisLaw) May 18, 2022
The Bloodsport collection is a series of films based on mixed forms of martial arts at an underground tournament known as the Kumite. The movie has a strong cult following, and is known as an influence on the development of mixed martial arts.
The movie showcases a variety of international fighting styles including Kung Fu, Jeet Kune Do and Muay Thai.
Bloodsport is claimed to be based on the true story of Frank Dux, a martial arts expert who claimed to participate in and win a Kumite, an underground secret fighting tournament.
Since more details about the trademark application have not been disclosed yet, stay tuned to hear about them as soon as they come out.