Roc-a-Wear added to wrestler’s trademark lawsuit

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By Quibian Salazar-Moreno

      Last year wrestler Diamond Dallas Page filed a lawsuit against Jay-Z and Roc-A-Fella Records claiming trademark and copyright infringement for the use of his trademarked “Diamond Cutter” hand gesture without permission and using it as their own.

      Now Page has successfully added Roc-A-Wear Clothing line to the lawsuit saying that earlier this year he discovered that the clothing line was also using the “Diamond Cutter” image on its products. Page is seeking an injunction (meaning Jay-Z can’t use the symbol anymore) and unspecified monetary damages.

      Page came up in the mid-90’s working the WCW circuit and used the “Diamond Cutter” hand gesture during matches. Apparently, he’s still using it for his new DVD series “Yoga for Regular Guys” and his motivational audio book, “Own Your Life.”



  1. thats some bullshit how the hell can that old ass nigga get mad wat iz he like 50 or 60 no one even put the 2gether from that old ass move man fuck the diamond cutter jay should fight that shit and tell DDP Diamond Dallas Page 2 kick rocks

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