WWE has introduced it's all-new championship called the WWE 24/7 championship. This takes the total championship count across all WWE platforms to eighteen. With so many championships out there across Raw, SmackDown and NXT, one might wonder what's new with the WWE 24/7 Championship. The WWE 24/7 Championship title can be contested and defended anywhere, anytime, 24 hours a day 7 days a week.
Following the Money in the Bank pay-per-view event, WWE Hall-of-Famer Mick Foley introduced the WWE 24/7 Championship at the Monday night RAW. This was the eleventh championship belt added by the RAW franchise to it's roster. Mike introduced the championship to the WWE Universe with the words- "Let's make Monday nights Raw again." He also announced the WWE 24/7 was open for contest by any Superstar irrespective of his allegiance to RAW, NXT or SmackDown.
After Mike left the stage, wrestlers barged into the ring to grab it. Titus O'Neil defeated Drake Maverick, and became first ever WWE 24/7 champion. Only to lose it to Bob Roode, who in turn, lost it to R-Truth as the night wrapped up.
The WWE 24/7 Championship belt seems to resemble the Attitude Era's Hardcore Championship exactly which was taken off from the main roster in 2002.
Current WWE 24/7 Champion: Akira Tozawa