Back in 2017 the customized championship belt firm Top Rope Belts gifted Wyatt with a particular model of the WWE Universal Championship that had been redesigned to suit his eerie cult chief persona. The title by no means noticed the mild of day outdoors of social media, and Wyatt would not declare the actual Universal title till this previous Thursday when he defeated Seth Rollins at Crown Jewel. But now that he has the actual factor, Wyatt is placing the risk of a customized world championship again out into the ether. On Friday he took to social media and posted a photograph of the previous customized title, whereas tagging Top Rope Belts and including a query mark.
The firm uploaded a new photograph of the customized title, then retweeted a boatload of followers who commented on Wyatt’s tweet.
— Bray Wyatt (@WWEBrayWyatt) November 2, 2019
A more in-depth have a look at the unique design reveals how a lot it calls again to Wyatt’s unique persona, with varied buzzards being featured on the major and facet plates.
— TRB (@topropebelts) December 25, 2017
This is not even the solely custom-made Universal belt made for Wyatt. Back in September Paul Martin Belts unveiled their custom-made championship, which closely featured iconography of “The Fiend.”
Though custom-made championships are fairly uncommon for the WWE, they don’t seem to be unparalleled. Steve Austin had the well-known “Smoking Skull” model of the WWE Championship, John Cena had the spinner variations of the WWE and United States Championships and Daniel Bryan held a new model of the WWE Championship earlier this 12 months fabricated from hemp, wooden and stone.