WWE fans have been treated to all kinds of new title belts in recent weeks.
After Bray Wyatt brought the Universal Championship to SmackDown, it made no sense to have a red-strapped belt on Friday nights when SmackDown is blue.
So Wyatt himself unveiled the brand-new blue Universal Championship belt a couple of weeks ago, and the general consensus was that it looked slightly better than the original.
And then just before Survivor Series last week, Shinsuke Nakamura was presented with a fresh new Intercontinental Championship belt, replacing the original design which was customised with a white strap in 2011.
With the 2003 edition of the United States Championship the oldest design still left in the WWE, many were thinking that it would be the next to receive an 'upgrade' on what it looks like now.
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However it's doubtful that anyone predicted that it would be the Universal Championship once again that would be getting a new design.
During a Firefly Funhouse segment on SmackDown, Bray Wyatt unveiled The Fiend's brand-new custom title belt.
Designed by the same person who created his unique mask, the strap features that very same mask but in centre-plate form, with the words 'LET' and 'IN' emblazoned on either side of The Fiend's face.
It's certainly a unique look but just like the whole character, it stands out for being different and it looks special.
Not everyone is a fan of it looking at the reaction on social media, but once seen in person opinions may differ.
Needless to say though, this belt suits The Fiend's look a lot more than the blue title does, and that is being kept for Wyatt's Funhouse character for the time being.
He could be set for a long run with the belt, and when a superstar gets a special title designed for them it means the company thinks they're a big deal - so all the signs are good for Bray Wyatt.News Now - Sport News