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New WWE Title Design Leaked

Photo courtesy of BeltTalk.com
Photo courtesy of BeltTalk.com
Gone Baby GoneContributerJune 6, 2012

Less than a week ago, CM Punk was at Wizard World Comic Con in Philadelphia talking about the new design of the WWE World title belt.

Now, a photo of the belt has leaked on WrestlingInc.com via BeltTalk.com. The brief article states that: "PWInsider reports that the photo below is in fact the new design, although some changes may be made."

As Punk mentioned, this belt is not too different from the spinner. This is a shame, as the WWE title is in dire need of a complete overhaul.

I find it coincidental that the week Punk talks about the new title, a picture of it magically gets leaked online. To me, it seems like the WWE is trying to gauge the fans' response to the new look. But as we all know, the WWE is going to do what they feel is best for them, and if this revamped spinner is what they want, then so it will be. 

I do find it a bit strange that the World title, aka WWE's secondary championship, looks more prestigious than its counterpart. In this day and age, it appears that pro-wrestling companies are doing their best to brand their main title with their logo as opposed to a unique design.

Ring of Honor has practiced this since its inception, and TNA followed suit with its revamped title about a year ago.

Well, now it's your turn to sound off. If this is indeed the new title, are you a fan of the look or disgusted?

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