5 Wrestlers Who Could Have A Long Run With the 24/7 Belt
The Money In The Bank pay-per-view drew a mixed set of reactions from the crowd, with many of the fans disappointed with the way that it eventually ended. It did really stir up things though and pushed the ratings higher for the WWE, which must have been a relief for the company with the way that things have been going on in recent times.
There were some great matches in the show, though the WWE needed to keep the buzz going to compete with its current fierce rivals like All Elite Wrestling (AEW). With that being said, the company introduced the 24/7 Championship belt and tried to keep the fans on their toes with this concept.
It was a title that could be defended just anywhere and anytime, as long as there was a referee around. Titus O’Neil was made the first ever champ, followed by a few other names that deserved to win a title. Eventually, it was R-Truth who got hold of the title, as he rushed through the audiences to save himself and retain it.
He has been on the run ever since, barely holding on. He has lost and won it again against Elias and Jinder Mahal already. His run as champion could soon end, and here are five superstars, who might actually beat him for it and get a long run with the belt.
#5 Apollo Crews
Floating constantly in the WWE’s mid-card for quite a few years, it is high time that Apollo Crews got some sort of a solid push as a serious competitor. He has done quite enough to deserve a title-run, at least with the 24-7 Championship, and he could be one of the individuals that could beat R-Truth. However, knowing Crews’ character on the show, he would want to do it the right way and not let go of the support of the WWE Universe that has constantly kept him going.