WWE Teaming With NFL For Legacy Title Belts

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Fans of the NFL can now purchase WWE replica titles with their favorite team’s logos on them.

The 2023 NFL regular season is set to kick off in just over one week’s time on Thursday, September 7th when the defending Super Bowl Champions the Kansas City Chiefs host the Detroit Lions. The rest of the league kicks off the following Sunday, September 10th and Monday, September 11th.

To celebrate the upcoming National Football League season, WWE and the NFL announced the first-ever officially licensed NFL legacy title belts. You can see what they look up above. The following press release was sent out by WWE as well.

WWE & NFL announce first-ever officially licensed NFL legacy title belts

STAMFORD, Conn., August 28, 2023 – The National Football League and WWE® (NYSE: WWE) today announced a multi-year licensing deal to create NFL-inspired WWE legacy title belts featuring the official colors and branding of all 32 teams.

The line of officially licensed NFL products launches today on, and This marks the first-ever licensing agreement between WWE and the NFL.

WWE also released this video about the new championship belts.

Since WWE merchandise recently started to be distributed by Fanatics, the affiliation with the NFL makes sense since they are also on the Fanatics website.

The new championship belts aren’t cheap. They come with a price tag of $549.99 on WWE’s website.

An interesting factoid about the NFL team championships is that the Jacksonville Jaguars are owned by Shahid Khan’s family with his son Tony Khan, who also owns All Elite Wrestling. They probably don’t want a WWE version of a Jacksonville Jaguars title hanging around the team offices.

WWE Sends Championship To Super Bowl Champions

It makes sense for WWE and the NFL to work together on championship titles because, for several years now, World Wrestling Entertainment has sent a replica of their championship to whatever wins the Super Bowl every February.

This past February, NFL & Super Bowl MVP Patrick Mahomes of the Kansas City Chiefs was seen carrying around the WWE Championship following their win after the Chiefs won the Super Bowl and at their parade as well.