Collection: Championship Belts

Championship belts have been an integral part of professional wrestling since its early days, serving as tangible symbols of accomplishment and recognition within the industry. Evolving from simple designs to intricate masterpieces, these belts tell a story of the wrestlers who held them and the legacy they left in the squared circle.

Early Days and Evolution:

The concept of championship belts traces back to the early 20th century when wrestling promotions sought ways to distinguish their top performers. The belts were initially modest in design, featuring basic elements that highlighted the champion's achievement. Over time, as the theatrical aspect of wrestling gained prominence, the belts underwent a transformation, becoming ornate and visually captivating.

Wrestlers Who Defined Eras:

Championship belts are often associated with legendary wrestlers who became the face of their respective promotions. Icons like Hulk Hogan, "Stone Cold" Steve Austin, The Rock, Ric Flair, and John Cena have held prestigious titles, etching their names into the annals of wrestling history. Women wrestlers like Trish Stratus, Lita, Charlotte Flair, and Becky Lynch have similarly left an indelible mark on the evolution of women's championship belts.

Specification of Championship Belts:

  1. Material: Championship belts are typically crafted from a combination of materials, including zinc, brass, and leather. The center plate is often plated with gold or silver for an opulent appearance.

  2. Design Elements: Each championship belt boasts a unique design, featuring intricate details, symbols, and personalized side plates. The central plate typically showcases the promotion's logo and the title's name.

  3. Strap: The strap is made from high-quality leather, and its color and texture may vary. It is adjustable to fit the waist of the champion comfortably during appearances and matches.

  4. Weight: Championship belts are designed to carry a substantial weight, providing a sense of importance and prestige. The weight is evenly distributed to ensure comfort for the champion.

Global Impact:

Championship belts are not confined to a specific region; they have become universal symbols of excellence in professional wrestling. From the grandeur of WWE's titles to the innovative designs of promotions like AEW and the storied history of belts in Japan's NJPW, these championships transcend borders and unite fans worldwide.

List of Championship Belts:

WWE (World Wrestling Entertainment):

  1. WWE Universal Championship
  2. WWE Championship
  3. WWE Intercontinental Championship
  4. WWE United States Championship
  5. WWE Raw Women's Championship
  6. WWE SmackDown Women's Championship
  7. WWE Raw Tag Team Championship
  8. WWE SmackDown Tag Team Championship
  9. WWE Women's Tag Team Championship
  10. WWE 24/7 Championship
  11. NXT Championship
  12. NXT Women's Championship
  13. NXT North American Championship
  14. NXT Tag Team Championship
  15. NXT UK Championship
  16. NXT UK Women's Championship
  17. NXT UK Tag Team Championship

All Elite Wrestling (AEW):

  1. AEW World Championship
  2. AEW Women's World Championship
  3. AEW World Tag Team Championship

Impact Wrestling:

  1. Impact World Championship
  2. Impact Knockouts Championship
  3. Impact World Tag Team Championship
  4. Impact Knockouts Tag Team Championship

New Japan Pro-Wrestling (NJPW):

  1. IWGP Heavyweight Championship
  2. IWGP Intercontinental Championship
  3. IWGP United States Championship
  4. IWGP Junior Heavyweight Championship
  5. IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Championship
  6. NEVER Openweight Championship
  7. NEVER Openweight Six-Man Tag Team Championship
  8. IWGP Tag Team Championship
  9. IWGP Women's Championship

Ring of Honor (ROH):

  1. ROH World Championship
  2. ROH World Television Championship
  3. ROH World Tag Team Championship
  4. ROH Women's World Championship
  5. ROH Pure Championship