To logo or not to logo, that is the
question many face when ordering a former W.W.F. belt. Below I have
posted pictures of WWF belts with the alternative logos used by
several belt collectors. These are NOT the only designs that
can be used as you too can redesign the logo to avoid the extra
$1000 logo fee. Logo art however must be approved by the belt maker
Available now for an
additional $1000 fee.
alternatives to the block logo:
Old school FWF logo.
The newly redesigned by Chris Page FWF logo.
I have only seen this logo used once before on a
Some choose to use crowns instead of logos.
Others just choose to leave it completely
This is the old school WWF Logo/Letters used on
the Hogan84 & Hogan85 designs. These letters are off limits and
can't be touched thanks to our good friends at the World Wildlife
Fund. Nope not even for a $1000!
alternatives to the WWF letters:
Bottom line is it worth spending the
$1000 and getting them done the somewhat correct way? By somewhat
correct, I mean that the $1000 logos come with a stamped "Licensed
Replica" on the main plate and strap. You not getting a exact
replica regardless, it's the closest you can get however. If you
have the funds then by all means go for it, but if not these
reworked logos should get the job done just fine. Don't get me
wrong, I would take a "Licensed Replica" any day of the week over a
reworked logo but hey $1000 is almost another belt. So the way I see
it is, get one WWF "Licensed Replica" Hogan86 or get a FWF Hogan86
a FWF Reggie IC. Just my opinion however...