twitter google-plus feed2 chevron
×

24/7 Championship changes hands thrice on it’s first night on RAW

Minutes after Mick Foley introduced the 24/7 Championship and announced that it was up for grabs already, a plethora of RAW Superstars came out running to the ring in the hopes of becoming the first ever champion.

The Good Brothers, EC3, Mojo Rawley, No Way Jose, Apollo Crews, Titus O’Neil and many more squabbled amongst one another to get their hands on the brand new title. After a few back and forth brawls between several Superstars, Titus O’Neil managed to grab the title and become the first ever “24/7 Champion”.

However, moments after getting his hands on the title, O’Neil was pinned by Robert Roode who came in out of nowhere with a referee and became the second ever champion. Roode then ran away to the backstage area and all the other Superstars followed him.

Roode then managed to hide away from these Superstars and ultimately escaped from the arena with the title still with him.

Roode ran and ran until he bumped into R-Truth, who offered to let Roode hide in his car. Truth then lured all the Superstars away from Roode, only to capitalize on the situation himself.

A referee came out of Truth’s car to Roode’s surprise as he turned back to a vicious blow from Truth. Truth then pinned Roode to become the NEW 24/7 Champion.

 

 


  • Sparti Love

    Wow.. This was real. I thought I was dreaming. Dreadful

  • CC

    Well at least people can stop calling the other belts ugly now as they are all works of art compared to this one.

  • Wicka Steve

    They were booing the crap out when the belt was revealed and described.

  • Wicka Steve

    So we can’t write for the IC title, can’t write for either set of tag belts, can’t even find time for a second women’s match, but we have time for this crap? How soon before satan comes for Vince’s soul again?

  • Soulshroude

    Rebranded “Hardcore” title. Boring… Been there, done that. The audience are not tools, well. If they fall for this, maybe. The generic version of the Attitude Era is here.