If you bring a belt to a WWE event, should you have to defend it? | The Tylt

If you bring a belt to a WWE event, should you have to defend it?

At any given wrestling event, there are fans who will bring their favorite championship belt to show off like a proud parent. But if you want to act like a champion, you should have to defend like one. Holding a belt over your shoulder or around your waist is a privilege that comes with certain responsibilities. However, if that were allowed, there would be chaos at every event. What do you think? 🤼

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If you bring a belt to a WWE event, should you have to defend it?
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Replica belts might not mean anything in the ring, but people still carry them to events like they earned them. That's fine, but if you fancy yourself a title holder, defending your belt is part of the game. WWE Champions don't just sit on the throne until the end of time and neither should fans who want to act like they are champs.

If you bring a belt, prepare to defend it.

#NoFightingMarks

First off, most people, in general, have trouble putting one foot in front of the other. If you had those people "defending" a fake belt, as entertaining as it would be, it would be a cacophony of twisted limbs and knocked-out marks. No one wants to see that.

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If you bring a belt to a WWE event, should you have to defend it?
A festive crown for the winner
#DefendYourBelt
#NoFightingMarks