Luke Harper trademarks his Independent wrestling name
In another twist in the ongoing story that has had Luke Harper staying off WWE TV for some time now, It seems that the former Wyatt Family member is already making plans for the future. According to Fightful, Harper has trademarked his former Independent wrestling name Brodie Lee.
Luke Harper was also recently seen in a Battle Royal to determine the No.1 contender for then U.S. Champion A.J. Styles.
When is Luke Harper's WWE contract expiring?
Back in April, Luke Harper had confirmed on Twitter that he had asked for his release from the company as he wished to move on to other things.
It should be noted that WWE did tack on six months to his existing contract to make up for time lost due to injury. It's most likely that his contract will expire in April 2020, but that is still unclear.
Considering that Harper has trademarked his former wrestling name, means there is a plan in place. Where does Harper go? It's anyone's guess and wrestling fans may know sometime next year.