Triple H Rumored To Be Working On WWE Belt Design Changes

Triple H is reportedly working on design alterations for WWE belts.

WWE’s title belts could be set for a redesign, with Triple H said to be already working on changes.

The Game has been handed a lot more power at WWE and, with that, a lot more responsibility, having taken over as the company’s head of creative on the back of Vince McMahon’s retirement. So far, he’s been doing a pretty good job with the company’s flagship shows, receiving lots of plaudits for the changes which have been introduced.

Monday Night Raw has also seen an impressive jump in ratings recently, going over the two million mark.

Triple H has introduced several changes since taking over, permitting the use of previously banned terms, lifting the Twitch ban, and, more importantly, bringing back a number of released wrestlers such as Karrion Kross, Dexter Lumis, Dakota Kai, Iyo Sky, and Johnny Gargano. Sasha Banks and Naomi are also expected back soon.

It’s believed that HHH is also allowing wrestlers to go by their real names, something given credence by Gargano’s return under his actual name and the Pete Dunne elements that surfaced on SmackDown this past Friday.

It’s now being reported that The Game is looking to make significant changes to belts at WWE. This comes from Belt Fan Dan, who has been responsible for many belt revelations in the past.

For now, the new creative lead is making the United States and Intercontinental Championships important again. Let’s see if the belts themselves receive upgrades.

Source: TheSportster