WWE is still reaching out in whatever way they can, making sure that their logo is seen all over. They already released a big NFL crossover title belt deal, and now it’s the NHL’s turn.
WWE is expanding its presence in the sports world by aiming to replicate the success it has enjoyed with the NFL and the Big 12 conference. Now, fans will soon have a chance to get even more custom WWE titles.
Recent reports from WrestleVotes indicate that WWE has now established an agreement with the NHL, allowing WWE to produce licensed NHL merchandise starting in the upcoming year. This arrangement potentially paves the way for similar agreements with other major leagues, such as the NBA and MLB.
On the heels of major success with the NFL in releasing commemorative championship titles of each team, I’m told the WWE & NHL have a deal in place for the same. Expect NHL championships titles to be available thru Fanatics sometime in the new year.
In August, WWE entered into a multi-year licensing deal with the NFL, resulting in WWE creating NFL-inspired legacy championship belts. These belts showcase the official colors and branding of all 32 NFL teams and are available for collectors on NFLShop.com, WWEShop.com, and Fanatics.com.
This groundbreaking deal marks the first-ever licensing agreement between WWE and the NFL. Subsequently, WWE secured another deal with the Big 12 conference in November.
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