WWE has officially revealed their latest title as the 24/7 Championship. The title will operate under the same rules as the old Hardcore Championship where the title can change hands anytime and anywhere.
— WWE (@WWE) May 21, 2019
Mick Foley revealed the belt to a negative reaction, due to the title’s design. He announced that the title will be available to anyone on the Raw, SmackDown, 205 Live, NXT and NXT UK rosters. After making the announcement, Foley left the title in the ring and encouraged the roster to come claim the title.
A free-for-all ensued where the first man to get their hands on the title would become the first champion. Titus O’Neil won the battle and became the first ever 24/7 Champion. The title reign was short-lived as Robert Roode rolled him up and pinned him before he could make it backstage.
As of this writing, Robert Roode is currently holding the 24/7 Championship. The title will likely change hands multiple times on each show, similar to the random nature of the Hardcore Championship in the Attitude Era.