WWE got fans very excited about the future when they revealed a new World Heavyweight Championship title belt on RAW this week. Triple H made it very clear that Roman Reigns is an unbeatable part-time champion, so they need a title belt on both brands.

Ringside News exclusively reported that USA Network wants Roman Reigns over a new title belt. Only time will tell which brand pulls down the Tribal Chief when the 2023 WWE Draft concludes.

Sean Sapp dropped a note behind Fightful’s paywall about the 2023 WWE Draft. It was noted that WWE plans on doing another segment with the new World Heavyweight Championship, similar to what they did on RAW this week.

WWE is presenting the World Heavyweight Championship similarly tonight as they did on Monday’s Raw.


It’s important to note that Vince McMahon could always change any plan he wants to. This is including, but not limited to, crowning a new World Heavyweight Champion. Only time will tell what Vince McMahon decides to do, because it’s still his company.

The new WWE World Heavyweight Championship Title will go to whichever brand doesn’t get Roman Reigns. It’s unclear what WWE will do about Roman’s two belt situation, but only one title is going to the other brand in the WWE Draft.

We will have to see who wins the new WWE World Heavyweight Championship at Night of Champions in Saudi Arabia on May 27th. Obviously, there are some hungry Superstars waiting to capture that title, but you can click here for spoiler on the current front-runner.

What’s your take on the new WWE World Heavyweight Championship Title? Do you think it will mean as much as Roman Reigns’ titles? Sound off in the comments!

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