WWE first introduced their WWE 24/7 Championship on the May 20th, 2019 episode of Monday Night RAW by none other than WWE Hall of Famer Mick Foley and WWE Global Ambassador Titus O’Neil was the inaugural champion. The WWE 24/7 Title was created for anyone regardless of gender or employment status and the title could be defended 24/7, meaning a match could take place at any time, anywhere and any brand as long as there was a WWE referee present.
The promotion recently revealed the status of their WWE 24/7 Title on the Superstars section of their official website and it was mentioned that the title existed from 2019-2022, meaning that the WWE has officially retired their WWE 24/7 Championship. This past Monday night on WWE RAW, the final WWE 24/7 Champion was crowned, when Nikki Cross defeated then-WWE 24/7 Champion Dana Brooke in a Singles Match and shortly following the match, Cross threw the title in a trash can, signifying that the WWE is now discarding the WWE 24/7 Title. The title was officially retired last November 9 and it is no surprise that Triple H has decided to drop the WWE 24/7 Championship since he is making significant changes to the company’s creative and removing remnants of Vince McMahon’s regime.
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The WWE 24/7 Championship has officially been retired. pic.twitter.com/Kd95uOPPAs— Wrestling News (@WrestlingNewsCo) November 9, 2022