In 2019, WWE introduced the 24/7 championship to the fans. Mick Foley unveiled the title on the May 20th episode of Monday Night RAW and Titus O’Neil became the first-ever 24/7 champion. Since then, the championship was won by numerous past and present superstars in WWE.
WWE’s new regime changed a lot of stuff in the past few months. As the latest change, the 24/7 championship was retired this past Monday on RAW.
Dana Brooke held the 24/7 championship for a long time and she defended the title on this past Monday Night RAW against Nikki Cross. Cross won the match and after becoming the new 24/7 champion, she attempted to put the title into a trash bin in a backstage area but missed it.
However, now WWE’s official website listed the 24/7 championship as exited from 2019 to 2022.
WWE 24/7 Championship has officially been retired! pic.twitter.com/7zrVzZudeR— TheSpotlightNews.com (@TheSpotlight___) November 10, 2022
Former champion Dana Brooke issued the following statement after the title was thrown into the trash bin.
“Everything I have worked for & tried to elevate… LITERALLY IN THE TRASH!”Dana Brooke
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