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Leaked Designs For WWE Women’s Tag Team Titles, Original Titles Scrapped

WWE Women’s Tag Team Titles Leaked Designs

WWE has announced Women’s Tag Team Titles set to debut sometime in 2019. J.R Leather who provides the straps for WWE titles leaked photos of the stencils earlier today, but quickly deleted them.

Belt Fan Dan who has previously provided insider knowledge on WWE belts did state that the WWE had finished titles made by Wild Cat Belts with an original planned debut last summer. The initial designs were similar to the Men’s Tag Team Titles, but WWE did not like the final product.

The WWE were set to have Bayley and Sasha Banks win the titles around Summerslam, but due to the change in designs, that was pushed back to Evolution. The WWE then changed their mind, and now new designs are being made.

Judging by the photos, the design is different than the “penny style” titles the WWE currently has for the men’s division. The note on the belts do indicate that the titles will be white, and they need to be done “ASAP”.

J.R Leather will send the finish straps to Wildcat Belts, who will product the finished product.

Dan is also reporting that the WWE Men’s Tag-Team Titles will be getting a facelift as well, with removable side plates coming soon.

Talked to a few people:

The old female Penny style tags were delivered early Summer like I reported. WWE did not like the final product nor the reaction to the leak.

Original plan was the Bayley/Sasha feud was to lead to them winning the womens tags around SummerSlam. Then plans changed and reworked with Evolution in mind, then scrapped.

New designed belts were ordered and as seen, Wildcat did them as well. I was not told when to expect them, but Sasha/Bayley are still supposed to be heavily involved.

This is not the first time WWE has had new belts made only to scrap them. Several years ago, they had a new ECW belt made with a diamond plate texture main plate and chain link side plates with removable nameplates. This belt was never used because apparently CM Punk did not like it. It resides today in the belt chest at WWE warehouse.

I was also told that both Raw and Smackdown tag belts will be changed to have removable team side plates which I also reported over a year ago when the idea was brought up. This was also proposed for the United States belt.

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