TNA Wrestling is poised to make return at the Hard to Kill event on January 13th, 2024. With the anticipation building for their imminent comeback, they have been introducing new designs for their titles and that includes the X-Division Title. In light of this change, Chris Sabin recently claimed that companies have ripped off the original design of the X-Division title belt.

It was previously reported that TNA Wrestling unveiled their intentions and schedule to unveil new title belts. Chris Sabin, who holds the X Division Championship, has received the new title already and needless to say, he is a big fan of the new design.

While speaking on Straight Talk Wrestling, Chris Sabin shared his enthusiasm for the new championships, expressing admiration for the intricate details and their overall impressive appearance.

Sabin made it clear that he particularly favors the original X Division Championship with the prominent red X, noting its unique and cool design. Sabin highlighted the originality of the X Division Championship, mentioning that its style has been copied by other championships.

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“I really like the new championships. They are amazing. They put a lot of detail on these belts and they look unbelievable. My own personal favorite, I like the original X Division Championship with the big red X on it. I always thought that one looked cool. That style has been copied, all you have to do is look around and you see championships with big Xs on it while the X Division was the original.’

Sabin is scheduled to defend his X Division Championship against KUSHIDA and El Hijo del Vikingo at TNA Hard to Kill on January 13th, so we will have to wait and see who will end up winning the match.

Do you also believe that other companies have copied the original X-Division title design? Sound off in the comments section below!

Subhojeet Mukherjee

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