The WWE 24/7 Championship seemingly is retired according to the WWE website.
On WWE.com the 24/7 Championship listing among all the championships of the company has been removed. In the lineage, for the title, it lists the retirement date of 2022. The belt ran a course of over three years from May 2019 until Nov. 2022.
On the Nov. 7 episode of Raw, Nikki Cross would become the last champion after defeating Dana Brooke. Cross would then toss the belt into a trash can in a backstage moment with Damage CTRL. The championship belt was introduced by Mick Foley on an episode of Raw and was first held by Titus O’Neil. Within the same episode, it changed hands between Robert Roode and R-Truth.
The championship became intergender once Kelly Kelly won it in July 2019 at the Raw Reunion show. In that same episode, it would change hands multiple times to include other former female talents Candice Michelle and Alundra Blayze.
Dana Brooke held the title the most over the past year. She is a 15-time champion and held it for a total of 335 days. She is only second to R-Truth on most days held. Once the new regime took over with Triple H, the championship was relegated to Main Event and house shows before now being deactivated.
Before the title was deactivated, Brooke recently spoke about wanting to transition it into a women’s secondary title.
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