WWE 24/7 Championship changes hands on RAW
WWE 24/7 Championship change
During the second half of Monday Night RAW, Andrade faced Eric Young in a short and fast-paced match and El Idolo did not take long to win the match courtesy of his Hammerlock DDT. After the match was over while Andrade and his business associate Zelina Vega celebrated inside the ring, R-Truth came running down the ramp with the 24/7 Championship in hand.
The 23-time 24/7 Champion hid down in front of Kyle Busch and former professional stock car racing driver Michael Waltrip who were seated on the front row. While most of the male RAW locker room came running down with a referee, the NASCAR stars pointed them to another direction.
Truth came out raising the title in his hand, thanked Busch and Waltrip for the assist and hugged both of them. However, Waltrip unzipped his jacket soon after to reveal a referee's shirt.
A perplexed Truth was then pinned by Busch at ringside with a roll-up and Waltrip made the three count. Busch and Waltrip proceeded to celebrate and ran away with the title leaving R-Truth stunned.