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by L’Bong Long (Tik Tok)
6 years ago, February 18, 2013. #WWE
from the #CajunDome
unveils the new WWE Championship belt.
The new title belt (which was partially designed by Orange County Choppers of American Chopper fame) featured a large cut-out of the scratch WWE logo (encrusted with diamonds) inside a large irregular heptagonal plate. The word "CHAMPION" appeared underneath the logo in large letters. On each side was a divider bar and a large plate. By default (mainly when the title was vacant), the side plates consisted of a red globe with a WWE logo underneath a crown.
When there is a champion, the side plates would be customized to the champion's logo (in the case of The Rock, a brahma bull). The design would be tweaked slightly the next year with the WWE Network logo and the words "WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION" in small print under the logo. The new belt replaced the "Spinner" belt WWE had used since 2005.
WWE has since made similar belts for its new Women’s and Universal Championships, both introduced in 2016.