By musiclover on Jan 24, 2009
The belt costs $4,000 to manufacture, and a fighter receives a new belt each time they win and/or defend their championship.
The centerpiece on the belt is the WAMMA logo, with four smaller side pieces — two on each side — and a W with “ONE BELT, ONE KING” written on it. The belt is heavier than it looks, and Emelianenko even was surprised by how heavy it is.
When I spoke with Andrei Arlovski, an obvious underdog, he simply told WAMMA officials “to have his belt shined and ready” for him after his victory tonight.
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