Wyatt took on Rey Mysterio in a Steel Cage match at the show, and as expected, the Champion successfully retained his title.
Here are a few photos and videos of the match and the title:
Wyatt promised the fans a 'new face' on the most recent episode of SmackDown Live. A different design of the Universal Championship was unveiled during the Firefly Funhouse segment which was hinted to be exclusively for The Fiend character.
That has turned out to be true as Wyatt's alter-ego showed up with his new toy at the Mexico City house show in the main event against Mysterio.
The customized title can be purchased on the WWE Store for a whopping $6,499. No, that's not a typo. That's exactly how much you'd have to shell out to get one of those 'customized handcrafted Universal title belts' that have been made by Tom Savini.
Going forward, it seems like The Fiend will come out with his overpriced version of the belt while Bray Wyatt will continue to use the blue Universal title.
It's an interesting direction that fits with Wyatt's character, however, the company should consider cutting down the rate of their newest piece of merchandise.
Bray Wyatt may be the #1 merch seller in the company but even his current popularity doesn't warrant such a price tag.