Now you can be the WWE Intercontinetal Champion for an unbeatable price! Continuing with the success of our first four Commemorative Belts, the WWE Intercontinental Championship Commemorative Belt is now available! Molded from the actual championship belt, our commemorative belt plates are made from a high quality acrylic plastic and has the same dimensions of the WWE Intercontinental Championship belt that you see on television. The difference between this commemorative belt and our other replica belts is that our replica belt plates are made out of metal, while our commemorative belts are crafted from plastic plates. It is taken from a mold of the original belt. It is the same thickness and length as the original belt and measures 4 feet 4 inches in length. The center medallion measures 7 1/2 inches tall. It has 2 medallions on each side. Medallions are ornamented by 6 simulated diamonds. The strap is made out of our New and Improved simulated leather. It is fastened by 8 snaps on each side. Fits up to a 46 inch waist. This belt is the perfect gift for any wrestling fan ages 8 and older. Order today!!
It is great to see a classic design with a updated twist on TV again. Here’s hoping we eventually see a return of the Winged Eagle to pair back up with the classic Intercontinental belt!
In October 2011 during a WWE PPV, then-current Intercontinental champion Cody Rhodes debuted a modified version of the classic Reggie Parks Intercontinental belt that was used from 1986 – 1998. It was on white leather and featured several differences from the original. This is due to the fact it wasn’t made by Reggie Parks or (from the original art work), but by Joe Marshall of J-Mar belts using his own version of the artwork. Instead of the WWF block logo it now featured the WWE scratch logo, it had no logo plate or gold tip, the leather cut was different and the sideplates were the wrong sizes. The mainplate artwork errors included the wrong style globe, stars, font, banner style and the sideplates featured different wrestler artwork. This along with a textured design on all the plates made it much different than it should have looked. Below is a picture of J-Mar’s version of the belt.
At some point in late 1998, the strap had turned black from all the sweat, blood, baby oil and other gunge wrestlers had covered it in and when the WWF changed their logo from the block logo to the scratch logo they replaced the Intercontinental belt. The overall design was the same except the logo plate was different and the strap was black and the belt had the new WWF scratch logo: