A number of WWE Championships could be set for a redesign as the changes within the company continue.
Throughout history WWE have continually changed and tweaked their championship belt designs, with some alterations being more popular than others.
After a period of relative stability on the main roster, it has now been reported that change could be on the way. According to custom belt maker Dan Beltzer, new men’s and women’s Tag Team Titles are in production.
It is unclear whether the both the men’s Raw and SmackDown titles are heading for a redesign. The Usos have held both championships since defeating RK-Bro for the Raw titles back in May. They captured the SmackDown belts in July 2021, with their reign now spanning 423 days.
New WWE Tag belts are described to me as being the existing design, dual plated, black strap and having a stacked, large WWE logo in the center. They also have the OLD never used tags which are the women’s tag style on colored straps. Women’s belts getting colored backing soon.
New WWE Tag belts are described to me as being the existing design, dual plated, black strap and having a stacked, large WWE logo in the center. They also have the OLD never used tags which are the women's tag style on colored straps.
Women's belts getting colored backing soon.
— Dan Beltzer (@BeltFanDan) September 13, 2022
WWE’s Women’s Tag Team Titles were recently reintroduced being stripped from former champions Naomi and Sasha Banks in May. Upon the completion of a tournament, Raquel Rodriguez and Aliyah were crowned the new champions, although they have since lost the titles to Dakota Kai and IYO SKY.