What's the story?
Last night on Monday Night Raw, Mick Foley unveiled WWE's 24/7 Championship but so far all three Champions have been men, which leads to the question of whether or not the women will be able to challenge for the title.
In case you didn't know...
The 24/7 Hardcore Championship was open to all on-comers with a number of women holding the belt throughout its history. The Championship was held by the likes of Trish Stratus and Molly Holly before it was removed from WWE TV, the current Championship seems to be following the same kind of rules, but it is unknown as to whether or not the women will be allowed to cash in on an opportunity of their own.
The heart of the matter
Last night Titus O'Neil was the first 24/7 Champion before he was pinned on the ramp by Robert Roode, who was later pinned in the parking lot by R-Truth. The three male Champions so far have left many doubting as to whether or not the women will be allowed to cash in on the title opportunity if it is there, but it appears that Sonya Deville wants to be part of the conversation.
R-Truth has taken the title to SmackDown Live and tonight when Sonya Deville is part of the show she could be given a chance to pin him and take the title for herself. All will become clear as part of tonight's show.
R-Truth left Monday Night Raw with the title and will now be expected to defend it on SmackDown Live, so we could have a number of new Champions crowned as part of tonight's show.
Do you think the women will be allowed to fight for the 24.7 Championship? Have your say in the comments section below...Published 22 May 2019, 00:30 IST