In keeping with Daniel Bryan's eco-friendly priorities, "The Planet's Champion" debuted a new, sustainable variation on the WWE Championship.
When John Cena won the WWE Championship, the then-Doctor of Thuganomics added his own personal touch to the title with a complete overhaul and a spinning centerpiece.
During Edge's rivalry with Cena, The Rated-R Superstar put his own "spin" (so to speak) on the same design.
Before Cena was World Champion, he brought a similar sensibility to the United States Title as well.
At the height of "Stone Cold" Steve Austin's dominance, he recreated the WWE Title in his own image by implementing the design of a smoking skull.
The Ultimate Warrior was known for changing the color of the championships he won. His Intercontinental Title was notable for its distinct yellow leather.
While LayCool defended the Women's Title under the "Freebird Rule," they literally split the championship between them by breaking it in two and each carried one half to the ring.
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The Ultimate Warrior continued to redesign his titles while he was WWE Champion, boasting a color of both blue ...
In one notorious piece of WWE lore, a custom title design was commissioned for The Rock's reign as WWE Champion. The title was completed as requested, but never appeared on WWE programming.