According to a new report from GiveMeSport, Triple H has now given the thumbs up to a new world title ahead of this weekend's WrestleMania.
At the Show of Shows, Roman Reigns will defend the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship - which is both the WWE Championship and Universal Championship - against Cody Rhodes. However, it sounds like these changes won't come into effect until after the event takes place.
"There's a new belt. I don't know for sure if it's getting a new name. I don't know if one of the titles is going away, but there's a new belt that WWE has made and the decision-makers have approved," the site explains. "Like, if they wanted to introduce it on TV tomorrow, they could. Those boxes are checked."
If we had to hazard a guess, the two belts will soon become one, especially as the brand split is pretty much non-existent these days.
On that note, Fightful Select reveals that the concept of there being two separate brands is pretty much dead in the eyes of WWE creative.
It's pointed out that, in recent years, the WWE brand split has been a way of attempting to boost ratings but, as a Vince McMahon idea, it's one we've seen abandoned by Triple H. Apparently, "even FOX and USA Network have relaxed their insistence on distinctly different brands of late."
With Sami Zayn and Kevin Owens challenging for the Undisputed Tag Team Championships, it's going to be interesting to see whether each show ends up with its own champions or whether the plan is to simplify things (we're guessing it's the latter).
Stay tuned for more details as we have them.