UFC Takes Legal Action Against Pillow Fight Championship Over Trademark Issues

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The UFC has beef with the PFC.

The Ultimate Fighting Championship believes that the Pillow Fight Championship logo is too similar to theirs and could cause “confusion.”

Seriously, this is a thing that happened.

The UFC has formally objected to the PFC’s trademark application with the US Patent and Trademark Office.

“It’s ridiculous,” PFC CEO Steve Williams told the New York Post. “Out of the 100 million comments nobody ever said anything about being confused.”

Despite the case against PFC still being pending, Williams said he capitulated to the UFC’s claim, rather than fight it out.

Not that Williams is averse to getting it on with UFC President Dana White.

“Yes I’d definitely like to get Dana in the ring,” said Williams. “He’s a decade younger and spent his entire life around MMA fighters, but I’m 100% sure that I’d stomp his skinny a** in the first round.”

Williams would also be willing to offer an alternative for Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg now that Dana White says their fight in the UFC is probably not going to happen.

“They could have easily done a pillow fight and that would have absolutely made sense, no one would have got hurt,” Williams told The Sun. “And you would probably have just as many people watching it.”

SCCG Management, an advisory firm in the global gambling industry, recently announced they have entered into a strategic partnership with Pillow Fight Championship.

“PFC has tapped into a unique and dynamic sports category that seamlessly blends physical skills, strategy, and is massively entertaining,” said founder and CEO of SCCG Management, Stephen Crystal. “We’re thrilled to bring our expertise in the niche sports sector to further amplify PFC’s global reach and potential. This is a match made in heaven – or perhaps, on a comfortable pillow.”

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