Everything You Need To Know About The WWE Universal Championship
Whether you’re a WWE fan, a casual viewer of the show, or just looking to get caught up on what’s going on in the wrestling industry these days, this article will cover everything you need to know about the WWE Universal Championship.
The championship has been a topic of discussion for the last few weeks, with speculation about who would be named the champion coming into play shortly after the title was introduced. With that in mind, it was only natural that the first champion of this new era should have been crowned at Wrestlemania 34 – and it just so happened to be AJ Styles himself.
The WWE Universal Championship is a championship in World Wrestling Entertainment. Starting in 2017, it became the top title in the promotion. It was created as a result of the 2016 WWE brand extension when Stephanie McMahon and Triple H revealed two separate championships – Raw’s Cruiserweight Championship and SmackDown’s WWE Championship would be defended on both brands.
What is the WWE Universal Championship?
The WWE Universal Championship is a professional wrestling world heavyweight championship created by the World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) company in 2003. The title is currently held by Brock Lesnar, who has held it three times. The first two titles were won while he was with the WWE SmackDown brand, and the third title was won while he was with the WWE RAW brand.
Who has held the title so far?
Hulk Hogan first held the title in 1991. Since then, it has been held by various superstars, including Stone Cold Steve Austin, The Undertaker, John Cena, and Brock Lesnar. The current WWE Universal Champion is Brock Lesnar.
What championships precede it?
The WWE Universal Championship was created in 2017 and is the first championship that is a joint RAW and SmackDown title. It is a professional wrestling world heavyweight championship contested primarily by male wrestlers. The current champion is Brock Lesnar.
The WWE Universal Championship is a championship that has been in existence since the inception of the WWE. It was created when the WWE merged the World Heavyweight Championship and the WWE Championship. Brock Lesnar currently holds the title. The title is determined by who is champion ‘in NAME,’ not a champion. This means that there can be multiple champions at any time, but only one true champion.