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The Intercontinental Title has also changed looks over the years, and Mattel has produces toy belts of many of those styles, from the classic 1980s and 1990s belt (Mr. Perfect Legends Series 3) all the way through the current white-strapped version (Christian, Wade Barrett, Curtis Axel, and Big E.). The U.S. Title belt has been included with figures of Miz, Bryan, Cesaro, and Dean Ambrose, and Mattel made a spinner version that was included with a Cena Defining Moments figure.
Mattel was initially somewhat slow in releasing toy title belts for its WWE action figure line, which debuted in 2010. The first belts were special chase belts that were serial numbered to 1,000 and randomly packaged with figures in cases of basic WWE action figures. These belts didn’t resemble actual WWE title belts in anyway, and looked just like a big circular medallion that featured serial numbering and the accompanying wrestler’s name.
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