At long last, it seems WWE has officially retired one of their championships.
On the November 7 edition of Raw, Nikki Cross defeated Dana Brooke to win the WWE 24/7 Championship.
Following the bout, Cross walked with Damage CTRL backstage and attempted to throw the title in the trash before walking away.
The Wrestlingnews.co Twitter account posted on Twitter with a screenshot of the WWE website where the WWE 24/7 Championship had been given a death date of 2022.
This seems to confirm that the segment with Cross throwing the title belt away has officially retired the gold.
The title was introduced in 2019 and was an idea pitched to the company by USA Network to help with the fleeting ratings for the Monday night flagship show.
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The WWE 24/7 Championship has officially been retired. pic.twitter.com/Kd95uOPPAs
— Wrestling News (@WrestlingNewsCo) November 9, 2022
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