Do I need my vision checked or is Brock Lesner's undisputed title belt back to being the small size again like Trips and Hogan had over the summer?
Towards the end of Rocky's run with it, it *definitely* got much larger, and it looked awesome, but now it looks like it's back to its original size . . . wtf?? (And I know it's not just because it's around Lesner's waist now, because it didn't look smaller again until just a couple of weeks ago)
"And in front of the entire world, I want to show my little boy that sometimes - just sometimes, you have to FIGHT to be a man." - Michael S. Hickenbottom, the man who does not take part in angles that conflict with his religion, swearing violent revenge on HHH in full view of his two-year-old son. 11:06 PM, EST. 08/05/02. This angle, which has gone from being a "clean" wrestling match to an all-out unsanctioned street fight for bloody revenge is apparently sponsored by the book of Joshua.
It does look smaller but then I don't like the belt anyway. The Big Gold Belt is the best-looking belt I've ever seen with the WWF belt circa WrestleMania IV through XIV a close second. Not that I've seen every belt ever or anything.
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I liked the last WWF Title, the one they used right before the unification. Just a little opinion.
You know, one of these days Chris Jericho is going to beat Triple H cleanly in the center of the ring with a perfectly fine count. At that time, the planet Mars shall turn purple, Haley's comet shall become a nightly observation, and the Internet will not be happy.
I also liked the old WWF Title belt. And the real belt is the WWWF/WWF/Undisputed/WWE Championship. It has ties back to the old NWA Title, which was part of the old Undisputed Title waaay back when. And it's never stopped being defended, unlike the "World Championship".
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There was a time when the Clash of Champions was an event. The pinnacle of non-PPV happenings, it was a bridge between extended PPV lulls, and a means to kick off hot new feuds. Of course, that was then, and this is now.