Sly vs Sly

In a lawsuit filed in Manhattan Federal Court, Sly Magazine LLC is accusing American Media, publisher of Sylvester Stallone’s Sly magazine, of violating their trademark.

They contend that Sly Magazine LLC controlled the trademark on the magazine name because their website went up in November and Sly’s magazine didn’t debute until March. Apparently they are choosing to ignore the fact that Sylvester Stallone announced the publication of his magazine in October [a month before the “other” Sly’s website went up] and that Stallone has been known as Sly for decades.

For full details click HERE. – Craig

Sly Stocks Up

Movie and fitness icon Sylvester Stallone helps an employee stack the shelves at a Bally Total Fitness club in West Hollywood with his new line of fitness supplements, ‘InStone’ in this handout photo dated April 19, 2005. Stallone met fans and signed autographs as part of an event to celebrate the roll-out of ‘InStone’ at the more than 400 Bally clubs across the nation. REUTERS/Bally’s Total Fitness/HO


Battle of the Biceps

Ernest “Jazzman” Resendes sent in the pic above with the following:

The current issue (March 28,2005) of STAR has a double page spread called

It compares Sly Stallone, Vin Diesel and, uh, Fabio.

To bad Sly is in the center of both pages. I did the best I could with the scan.

Thanks, Jazz! – Craig

Sly to Induct Hulk Hogan into Wrestling Hall of Fame

Sylvester Stallone will induct Terry ”Hulk Hogan” Bollea into the WWE Hall of Fame in a ceremony in Los Angeles on April 2, 2005. Hogan played Thunderlips in 1982‘s “Rocky III,” starring and directed by Stallone.

The induction ceremony will be held at the Universal Amphitheatre. It is an official WrestleMania Week event in Southern California.

Portions of the hall of fame induction will air that evening on Spike TV (11 p.m. ET).


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