The WWE recently debuted the Women’s Tag Team Championship, which were crowned last Sunday at Elimination Chamber.
The WWE’s original plans for the titles were reportedly similar to the Men’s “penny” design, but was scrapped due to the company not liking the final product.
When leaked designs of the Women’s Tag Team Titles were first revealed at the beginning of the year, Belt insider Belt Fan Dan revealed that the RAW and Smackdown Men’s Titles would receive a change as well.
The initial thought was the change would only be removable side plates, but it now seems like a whole new design is coming.
Dan recently stated that the Men’s Tag Team Titles are set to get receive a facelift , and the company has contracted world famous belt designs Dave McMillan to design new RAW and Smackdown Tag Team Titles.
Dave McMillan designed the original “penny style” titles which debuted in 2010. The copper titles were eventually made brand specific for RAW and Smackdown following the brand split in 2016.
Recently, Dash Wilder posted on Twitter that he would like to see the throwback tag team title design that was used by the company from 1983 – 2002. It is unknown if the company plans on re-introducing that design.