Mick Foley introduces the WWE 24/7 Championship on Raw

Brenda Watkins
May 21, 2019

The updates continue to come in regarding the new WWE Championship that WWE has announced Mick Foley will be unveiling on tonight's post-WWE Money In The Bank edition of WWE RAW.

As Mick Foley made his way to the ring, he said that it's time to make Monday nights Raw again.

Foley also added that the third hour of Raw each week will see the title be up for grabs, and we've already had three champions of the 24/7 title.

Similar to the Hardcore Championship, WWE superstars can challenge for the 24/7 title anytime, anywhere, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, as long as a WWE official is present. There were hints as Foley described what it means to be a champion, finally emphasizing that being a champion is something done at all times. Foley cut a great promo and "teased" the title of the Championship before finally revealing it.

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But who would be crowned the first champion? The rule lasted until 2002 when the Hardcore and Intercontinental Titles were unified.

Titus O'Neil was the first champion of the title after he won a scramble that featured Drake Maverick, No Way Jose, EC3, Luke Gallows, Karl Anderson, Mojo Rawley, Eric Young, and Cedric Alexander. Many superstars ran down to the ring but it was Titus O'Neil who managed to get his hands on the belt first, making him the first-ever WWE 24/7 Champion.

What do you think of the brand new WWE titles?

It wasn't revealed what the new championship title will represent, though that has not left fans without their theories. Let us know in the comments section below.

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