Stone Cold Steve Austin is one of the most loved WWE superstars in history and one of the reasons for that is the fact that he was someone redneck fans could relate to.
Stone Cold was a no-nonsense type of character that resonated with the WWE public because many of the fans out there were and still are of the same mindset.
For some time now, WWE has somewhat been lacking successful characters that redneck fans can relate to, but now it seems as if the wrestling company are looking to solve that problem.
WWE to make new stable
Reports coming out of the WWE today suggest that the company is going to push a certain few redneck characters to the forefront in the coming months.
NoDQ have reported that WWE has set up the registered trademark "Redneck Reppin' Company, something they say is a sign that they are creating a new stable with the name.
"WWE recently registered a trademark for "Redneck Reppin' Company," which could be the name of a new stable," NoDQ reported.
It's quite likely that WWE will use the breaking up of the Wyatt family as an opportunity to give either Luke Harper or Erick Rowan's characters some direction.
But what do you think WWE fans? Do you like the idea of a new redneck stable in WWE? Leave your thoughts in the comments section below.
Daniel Bryan update
Meanwhile, WWE has also been busy registering other trademarks related to other superstars in the world of pro-wrestling.
The success and popularity of Daniel Bryan has continued despite his absence through injury for the most of last year, and now WWE is registering a trademark to aid the Yes! Movement.
"WWE has also registered to trademark a logo of a left hand with the index finger raised, for clothing purposes. This be could be related to Daniel Bryan, according to PWInsider," the website added.