Title belts represent the most prestigious awards in pro wrestling. When you’re holding a title, that means you should be considered among the absolute best wrestlers in the company, and possibly the world. That also means that the belt you carry should look the part, lending an additional air of quality to your reign. Over the many years of wrestling’s existence, there have been many good-looking titles, but there are a select handful that can be considered the absolute cream of the crop, and they can be found on this list. From the top to the bottom, we’d be thrilled to be able to carry any of these belts around on a daily basis.
11. WWF World Tag Team Championship
The classic WWF Tag Team titles survived all the way from the early days of Hulkamania, and unlike the WWF Championship, even made it through the Attitude Era with only minor changes, before finally disappearing during the first brand split, making them one of the longest-lived continuous title designs in WWE history. As a result, there is definitely a certain nostalgia for the titles held by many of the best tag teams in wrestling history, including (but not limited to) The British Bulldogs, Demolition, The Hart Foundation, the New Age Outlaws, Edge and Christian, and The Dudley Boys. Without that legacy, it’s possible that you could say that aspects of the belt seem a bit corny, especially the huge “World” in the center of the title, but somehow, the over-sized nature of the design comes together in something that actually looks really good. Thanks to the current “Spartan” versions of the Tag Team titles, this is likely the design most people wish WWE would bring back.