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Miro Unveils New TNT Title Belt On Night One Of Fyter Fest

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Miro debuted a new TNT Title belt at Fyter Fest as he put out a warning to everyone else that is on the All Elite Wrestling roster that The Redeemer is waiting for them.

Miro became the fourth man in history to hold the TNT Championship when he brought the 186-day reign of Darby Allin to a crushing end on AEW Dynamite in May 2021. Now at Fyter Fest the man who now calls himself The Redeemer gave everyone the first glimpse of his incarnation of the TNT Title belt.

Although not competing on the show, the Bulgarian star was shown in a video where he had this to say:

“Let me tell you a story, there was once a man who was rich, had a hot wife that could do the splits. The man was hot too but he was lost. He was lost because he wasn’t being himself. He walked out of his house to look into the void to search for what’s next. After a few months, a voice from above came in, he said ‘The man should forgive himself and remember who he was ‘ For that man filled with the power warned everybody ‘If you’ve got a title, you’ve got a problem.’ And he wasn’t a selfish man that hero. He forgave everyone he destroyed on his path and this made him God’s favourite champion. This was his reward [holding up the new TNT Title]. Everybody in this business should know that a true champion is willing to defend the title with their life. I am willing to defend my title with yours. I am The Redeemer.”

The designer of the new title belt, BeltsByDan, shared an image on social media allowing fans a better look at the white and gold championship that is adorned with green details.

This is one of several designs that the TNT Championship has had in its relatively short life. The title debuted as a plain red and silver affair when Cody Rhodes first won it at Double Or Nothing 2020. A more complete design was soon unveiled with the gold detail remaining on red leather. That belt was given to Brodie Lee Jr. when Tony Khan declared him TNT Champion for life after the passing of his father and former TNT Champion Mr. Brodie Lee.

Darby Allin used a black leather version of the title belt when he became champion very in keeping with his dark style and character. With Miro now calling himself ‘God’s Favourite Champion’ perhaps the white is a nod to the light that The Redeemer now brings to All Elite Wrestling, or it is perhaps a nod to Miro’s beloved Real Madrid.