At the start of Raw's third hour, WWE's Famer Hall Mick Foley revealed a new 24/7 Championship, a title that can be fought at any time, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, as long as the WWE referee is present. The title will apply to Superstars on Raw, SmackDown LIVE, 205 Live, NXT, NXT UK and even WWE Legends and Hall of Famers.
The new championship recalls the “24/7 Rule” of the retired Hardcore Championship, which Foley was first responsible for in 1998. Senior stars can challenge the title whenever or wherever they choose, which means that any 24/7 Champion will have a huge target on their back.
Foley then left the title on the ring mat and said that whoever took first would become a 24/7 Champion. Several raw Superstars and Drake Maverick, the General Manager of Living 205, came to the ring to try to grab the championship. Eventually, he was boiled down to Israel and Drake Maverick. NUI Maverick threw over the top rope to the ground, removing the others to become the first 24/7 Champion.
While he was celebrating on the ramp, Robert Roode broke up behind his roll to become the second 24/7 Champion. That reign was also short, however, as R-Truth pinned “The Glorious One” in the car park area soon after.
After leading a number of Crazy Superstars on a journey through the arena, Roode seemed to have found a good hiding place when R-Truth was hiding him in the back of his car and instructed the crowd in places. others. The aid was confusing, however, as the Truth had awarded a traveler center away who was ready to count the hole when Roode killed headfirst to the side of the vehicle and covered it in the car park.