'The Fiend' Bray Wyatt debuted a new face during the Firefly Fun House episode on this week's SmackDown, his custom Universal Championship.
Many WWE fans were expecting a new superstar to join the Firefly Fun House on SmackDown this week when it was announced that a new face would be joining the show.
However, instead of it being a superstar, it was an item with a face on it, a custom Universal Championship for The Fiend.
Many WWE fans are already in love with the custom title, which features the face of The Fiend and dark black straps. This work of art was handcrafted and hand-painted by Tom Savini Studios.
Each title will be numbered and includes a Certificate of Authenticity hand-signed by Tom Savini, making it a true collector's item. However, if fans want one for themselves, they're going to have to fork out a lot of money.
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WWE is selling the individually made 'The Fiend' Bray Wyatt's custom Universal Championship on their online shop for a whopping $6,499.99!
According to Dave Meltzer of Wrestling Observer Radio, via Ringside News, WWE has attached a high price tag to this custom title to see if there is a strong interest in items in a similar price range and value for the future.
It will be interesting to see exactly how many WWE fans are comfortable with spending that amount of money for a title which, at the moment, doesn't even come with a display case.
Many WWE fans have already voiced their displeasure with the price tag attached to The Fiend's custom Universal title, with many saying the price is too high.
The good news for WWE is that Wyatt was recently declared the top merchandise seller on the WWE shop, so if there are loyal Fiend fans that will buy anything Fiend related no matter the price, WWE is going to sell at least one or two of these titles.
However, the vast majority of WWE fans don't have $6,500 spare to spend on a custom WWE title, even if it's based on the most over superstar in the entire company today.News Now - Sport News