Wrestler Booker T loses trial with makers of Call of Duty Black Ops 4

Prominent American WWE-wrestler, promoter and commentator Robert Booker Tio Huffman Jr. , better known as Booker T, filed a lawsuit in court in early 2019. He accused Activision of stealing his G.

I. Bro image for the game Call of Duty Black Ops 4.

The trial ended, and not in favor of Huffman. The wrestler could not prove that special forces veteran G.

I. Bro and Cyborg Soldier Profet are the same image, even though both on promotional materials tie dreadlocks with a bandana and pose with weapons in Booker Tye claimed that Activision copied not only his heros appearance, but also his facial expression and “worldsensation”.

But, as the defendants lawyer objected, the plaintiff cannot assert his rights to the image of an evil man with a frowned stare. In addition, Prophets body was drawn from Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson from the neck down.

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