Here's a Size and Detail Comparison of the four Fandu Belts that took the replica belt industry by storm.
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Every Fandu Belt has 8mm thick plates and a very flexible synthetic leather strap. The very first Fandu Belt to be introduced, The Big Gold leads the pack as the quintessential replica to own. The second belt to Debut was The Andre The Giant 1987 belt. This belt was designed to fit a giant with the sheer size and girth of a Giant the caliber of Andre. The Andre 87 Belt is Huge, one of the largest belts I've ever seen and equiped with a gold tip. The third belt introduced exceeded all expectations, The Backlund Mulka Belt. The detail in this belt was crafted with such precision and depth of quality. This belt, the heaviest of all the belts Fandu makes has 7 plates. The main plate far exceeds 8mm with the eagle spreading it's wings. Last but not least, the Classic tag team belt is their latest addition to the Fandu Belts Franchise. With 6 plates, including a logo plate, this belt has a great nostalgic look.
A Brief History of the WWWF belt:
This belt was held by the legendary Bruno Sammartino, Bob Backlund, Pedro Morales, Superstar Billy Graham, Unofficially Antonio Inoki etc. This belt would be used in the mid 1960's to mid 1970's. The Big Green World Wide Wrestling Federation belt would replace this version of the Mulka Style world title.
History of the Big Gold Title:
This belt replaced the NWA World Heavyweight championship by WCW. This Title is one of the most iconic belts in professional wrestling. This belt was made famous by Hollywood Hulk Hogan, Ric Flair, Kevin Nash, Goldberg, Scott Steiner, Sting, The Big Show, Booker T, Jeff Jarrett, DDP Diamond Dallas Page, The NWO and the list goes on. When the WWE purchased WCW, this belt was also acquired and was eventually merged with the Big Eagle WWE Championship to become the Unified Undisputed Championship. Chris Jericho was the first ever Undisputed Champion, followed by Triple H, Hulk Hogan, The Undertaker, Kurt Angle, The Rock and finally Brock Lesnar. Where Lesnar would hold the WWE Network Logo World Championship. This is as close to the real thing you can get without spending thousands of dollars.
History of the Andre 1987:
The Andre 87 was debuted as The New World Championship Belt made specifically for Andre The Giant. It would be presented to Andre after his win over the current World Champion Hulk Hogan at Wrestlemania 3. This belt was designed to fit a Giant like Andre hence the sheer size of this Belt. Unfortunately, this belt was never debuted as Hogan defeated Andre In a Classic Main Event Match at Wrestlemania III in The Pontiac Silverdome in front of 93,000 + Fans. Hogan would retain The Championship which became known as the Hogan 86 Belt.
History of the WWF Tag Team titles:
The World Tag Team Championship was originally known as the "World Wide Wrestling Federation (WWWF) World Tag Team Championship". Following the title's introduction in 1971, Luke Graham and Tarzan Tyler became the inaugural champions on June 3. In 1979, the title became known as the "World Wrestling Federation (WWF) World Tag Team Championship" when the promotion was renamed the World Wrestling Federation. It began to be referred to as the "WWF Tag Team Championship" for short in the mid 1990s.
In March 2001, the World Wrestling Federation purchased World Championship Wrestling. Soon after, "The Invasion" took place in which the WCW/ECW Alliance was ultimately dismantled. At the 2001 Survivor Series pay-per-view, the title was unified with WCW Tag Team Championship in a Steel cage match. The WCW Tag Team Champions, the Dudley Boyz, defeated the WWF Tag Team Champions, the Hardy Boyz, and were named the last WCW Tag Team Champions while becoming the new WWF Tag Team Champions.
After the WWF/WWE name change in 2002, the championship was subsequently referred to as the "World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) Tag Team Championship".