The spinner WWE Championship Belt is simultaneously more and less ridiculous that the U.S. Championship version. More ridiculous because it doesn't actually look like a real-life spinner, it just has a giant blinged out spinning WWE logo. Less ridiculous because it doesn't look like a Blingee photo.
The real problem is that while the belt eventually lost the spinner gimmick, they never switched away from it when Cena lost the belt, which they did when Steve Austin lost his custom WWF Championship belt to someone. As a result, we've been stuck with guys like Triple H, Randy Orton and CM Punk wearing a blinged-out WWE Championship belt, which doesn't suit them at all.
When you think of Triple H, do you think of bling and hip-hop culture? No, you don't because he loves heavy metal, especially the music and aesthetics of Motorhead, up to and including borderline Nazi symbols like the iron cross.
Triple H is a member of the McMahon family by marriage who loves heavy metal, and he wears clothing with symbols that are at least mildly hostile to ethnic minorities. He still had to wear that monstrosity. Maybe the spinning WWE logo hypnotized Vince like a spinning swirly pattern.
I'm not one of those guys who thinks they're desecrating the WWE Championship or anything like that, I just think it looks completely ridiculous. Hell, even Cena has dropped the rapper gimmick, so it doesn't even suit him that well, either.
Look, I get that they sell a ton of toy and replica belts to kids who love Cena, but why not go halfway and just use the belt when Cena is champion (which is most of the time)? Especially since the belt it replaced was pretty awesome.
Hang on kids, because somehow that was only the third worst belt in WWE history...