Who doesn’t need their own personalized wrestling belt? Well, not me, now that I’m being honest. I’m more of a “sit in the stands and cheer” sort of gal. However, even I can understand why some people would be thrilled to own their own wrestling belt. It’s a sign of power. It’s a symbol of personal endurance. It’s an advertisement that you can squash anything that crosses your path the wrong way. Wrestling Belt Creator helps those who lack a wrestling belt to create one of their very own.
I’m assuming that wrestling belts are like prison tattoos. You really can’t wear them out in public without having earned the right to do so. I would, therefore, highly advise against printing out your belt creation, gluing it to some cardboard, and wearing it around your torso like you’re a pro wrestler. However, whatever you do in the privacy of your own home is up to you. If you’re intent on your own belt, Wrestling Belt Creator is there to help. You can customize just about every aspect of your dream belt.
Wrestling Belt Creator is a universal app that gives you complete control over the destiny of your wrestling belt. You can customize the plate, the side plates, and the belt color. If you want to be able to customize more features, you can pay to upgrade the app. I chose not to, so I’ll be reviewing the bare minimum provided by the app. It was still impressive. As you can see from my lovely example, there are quite a few plates and styles to choose from.
The four icons at the bottom of the screen are the different features you can customize. Just tap on which part you want to change, and the icon will open up a menu of different options. From left to right, the features are the center plate, the side plates, the plate setting, and the strap. If you get stuck or need some creative help, the developers have created a YouTube channel to help.
Once you’ve created your dream belt, aside from gluing it to cardboard and strutting around in your underwear with it wrapped around your stomach, you can share your design with friends. You can post your creation to Twitter or Facebook. You can also save it to the app’s gallery and admire the dozens of belts that you own. Well, that you theoretically own.