WWE / WWC Big Gold Wrestling Championship belt
One of the versions of the Big Gold belt affiliated with WCW
Belt Big Gold or Big Golden Belt (English: of Big a Gold Belt Belt ) is an old wrestling championship belt a professional wrestling appeared in several unions wrestling professionally in the United States of America and was the beginning of his appearance in the Federation of NWA in 1985 after Tjdidhm design belt World Championship heavyweight, as The last of the three copies designed for the belt was last seen in 2014 by WWE.
Belt history before the belt was manufactured.
The World Heavyweight Championship in professional wrestling began in 1905, and wrestler George Hackenschmidt was the first heavyweight champion. This belt – at that time – was famous in the NWA Federation. Until 1985.
After the belt industry
In late 1985, the Council of the Union of NWA management issued a decision to renew the belt world champion heavyweight, propagated a huge belt industry three gold pieces on a belt brown belt known as the “Big Gold” ( in English: of Big a Gold ); His first appearance was in (Battle of Belts 2) via the CWF on February 14, 1986, and Ric Flair was the first to hold the world heavyweight title with the “Big Gold” belt.
In the summer of 1991, NWA defending champion Ric Flair left for WWF, where he appeared with the belt, which caused a lawsuit from NWA against Ric Flair and the WWF, which ended with Ric Flair being fine and NWA restoring the belt and preventing WWF from showing the belt on television.
World Championship Wrestling (WCW)
By late 1993, when the World Championship Wrestling (WCW) officially separated from the NWA, the Big Gold belt became known as the “International Heavyweight Title Belt” as it was unified with the WCW World Heavyweight Title belt in (Clash of the Champions) on June 23, 1994, by Ric Flair after he defeated Sting, Gould belt Big officially is to become the world title belt heavyweight of the Union of the WCW the last of the download is the title, Booker T.
After the end of WCW in April 2001, the Big Gold belt continued to appear through WWF shows in the Alliance scenario, and at Fengense in 2001, the Big Gold belt was combined with the WWE Title Belt when Chris Jericho defeated the Rock and Steve Austin.
In the presentation of Rao on September 2, 2002, Eric Bischoff, who was running the display manager Rao then re-belt Big Gold again, was presented Khzam World Heavyweight title and make it exclusive to display Rao and dedicated to Triple H.
After Draft 2005, the Big Gold belt moved to SmackDown, after the defending champion Batista moved on, and at Tilly LC 2013, the belt reunited with the WWE belt at the hands of Randy Orton. He defeated its then-holder, John Cena. In the 2014 Summer Slam show, the Big Gold belt made the last appearance, and Brock Lesnar was the last to carry the belt.
The Big Gold belt has three shapes:
- Original copy designed by the NWA Consortium,
- The second copy and six copies were made in 1999 in WCW, which was the one that appeared in the belt in 2001 in the WWF
- The final version is the WWE World Heavyweight custom Championship belt.
- Ric Flair is considered the most wrestler in history to have held the Big Gold belt with 14 titles, five followed by Sting and Edge seven times, followed by Hulk Hogan and Booker T 6 times, then Kevin Nash and Triple H 5 times.