WWE News: In the latest segment of Monday Night RAW which was full of chaos, drama and surprise, MVP introduced the brand new United States Championship earlier in the show. Apollo Crews the current United States Champion will defend his title against MVP at the Horror Show: Extreme Rules, and it is expected that it is this belt which will be presented to the champion.
Other titles which have changed in recent years
In 2016 WWE Universal Champion was introduced which lead to the inaugural title match that took place between Seth Rollins and Finn Balor at Backlash. Rollins himself commented on fan reaction to the title, telling the Barclays Center “you really let me down.”
WWE also updated its Intercontinental Championship last year on November with the new design and logo to give it more eye-catching scenario to the WWE audiences and roster.
But the United States Championship has not got any streamline as of now since it was re-commissioned back in 2003, though John Cena did use a custom spin on United States Title during his run on 2004. Since then no further concern shown towards this title.
Now WWE fans are reacting towards this brand new United States Championship and its design with a mixture of praise and vitriol.
And it will be interesting to see who will hold this brand New United States Championship at the Horror Show: Extreme Rules. Will it be MVP who introduced it or Crews will continue his reign.