Capitol Wrestling Corporation (CWC)
Almost 38 years later, in October 2020, WWE's NXT brand introduced a new home studio in Orlando within the WWE Performance Center training facility, dubbed the "Capitol Wrestling Center" in homage to CWC.
World Wide Wrestling Federation (WWWF)
World Wrestling Federation (WWF)
The 1982 logo was now tilted at a leftward angle and set in a blue box.
Attitude Era 1998–2002
This logo made its debut at Survivor Series 1997 during the Attitude Era and officially appeared at Raw Is War on June 1998, After Over The Edge May 1998, with the previous 'block' logo (shown above) continuing to be used until March 1998.
Attitude Era 1998–2002 (secondary)
This logo was used as an alternate logo; mainly used on new editions of WWF Magazine.
World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE)
On May 5, 2002, the company dropped "Federation" from the name and replaced it with "Entertainment" due to the lawsuit with World Wildlife Fund. The company tweaked its 1997 logo to remove the F part on the right hand side, promoting this change with the slogan Get the F Out. On April 7, 2011, the company officially changed their name simply to WWE; however, the legal name is still World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc.
Designed by John Lefteratos. The logo has been used since August 18, 2014 Monday Night RAW After SummerSlam . It was originally shown as early as 2012 as part of the then-upcoming WWE Network, launched on February 24, 2014.