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WWE removes the 24/7 Championship from its list of active titles

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The last episode of Monday Night RAW It aroused a lot of attention from fans around the WWE 24/7 Championship. In a sudden heads-up headline, Nikki Cross defeated Dana Brooke to get this title shortly before throwing it into a backstage trash can.

This fact caused multiple unknowns and doubts about the future of this belt. The most accurate is that the moment was an end point for the title, which has been supported thanks to the latest WWE.com update. Company website registered the WWE 24/7 Championship as “deactivated” in a list that presents other belts of the company.

This fact could be the end of a title that entered circulation on May 20, 2019 on Monday Night RAW. Mick Foley presented the title as a successor to the WWE Hardcore Championship, maintaining the classic rule that it can be disputed anytime, anywhere as long as a referee certifies the change. Titus O’Neil, Robert Roode and R-Truth were the first to win it respectively, with the latter setting records for more ostentation (53) and cumulative days of reign (415). Another notable name is Reggiewho took longest consecutive reign of the belt (112 days).

The 24/7 Championship has had the distinction of being held by male and female superstars alike, but it has also been held by legends of the past, employees outside the ring, and even non-WWE celebrities. Between his 196 reigns names of the stature of Marshmello, Rob Gronkowski, Bad Bunny, Doug Flutie and Enes Kanter came to own this belt at some point. Other champions like The Gobbledy Gooker or Santa Claus defined the most humorous aspect of this belt.

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