List of WWE 24/7 Champions

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Record 24-time and current champion R-Truth

The WWE 24/7 Championship is a professional wrestling championship created and promoted by the American professional wrestling promotion WWE. Open to anyone, regardless of gender or WWE employment status, the championship is defended "24/7", as in any time, anywhere, as long as a WWE referee is present. Because of this rule, the championship is defended across all of WWE's brands: Raw, SmackDown, 205 Live, NXT, and NXT UK, as well as outside of regular WWE shows, often with videos posted on WWE's website and social media accounts. It is similar to the previous WWE Hardcore Championship, which also had a "24/7 rule".

The championship was introduced on the May 20, 2019, episode of Monday Night Raw, during which Titus O'Neil from Raw became the inaugural champion by securing the title belt first in a scramble involving several other wrestlers. The current champion is R-Truth. He won the title by pinning Kyle Busch backstage after Raw in Nashville, TN on December 2, 2019.

As of December 9, 2019, there have been 66 reigns between 30 different people. R-Truth has the most reigns at 24 and the longest combined reign at 117+ days (107+ days as recognized by WWE). Samir Singh has the longest singular reign at 18 days. Only five other wrestlers have held the title for longer than a day: Carmella, Drake Maverick, Elias, Maria Kanellis, and Sunil Singh. Jinder Mahal has the shortest reign for his first reign, which lasted only 11 seconds. WWE Hall of Famer Pat Patterson is the oldest champion, winning the title at 78 years old (also making him the oldest title holder in WWE history), while Enes Kanter of the National Basketball Association (NBA) is the youngest, winning the title at 27. Former WWE wrestler Kelly Kelly was the first of six women to have won the title. WWE Hall of Famer "The Million Dollar Man" Ted DiBiase is the only title holder to become champion without winning the title; he purchased it from fellow Hall of Famer Alundra Blayze, who was about to drop the belt into a trash can (reenacting the infamous incident of what she had done to the then-WWF Women's Championship when she joined World Championship Wrestling in 1995). The Revival (Scott Dawson and Dash Wilder) are the only tag team to win the title, being recognized as co-champions.

Non-wrestlers to have held the title include Fox sportscaster Rob Stone, NBA player Enes Kanter, electronic music producer/disc jockey Marshmello, WWE Senior Account Manager Michael Giaccio and NASCAR Cup Series champion Kyle Busch.[1]

Title history[edit]

Note: Unless otherwise noted, the fall took place in the ring.

Key
No. Overall reign number
Reign Reign number for the specific champion
Days Number of days held
Days recog. Number of days held recognized by the promotion
+ Current reign is changing daily
No. Champion Championship change Reign statistics Notes Ref.
Date Event Location Reign Days Days recog.
1 Titus O'Neil May 20, 2019 Raw Albany, NY 1 <1 <1 After the establishment of the championship, Mick Foley laid the title belt in the ring. O'Neil became the inaugural champion by securing the title belt first in a scramble that also involved Cedric Alexander, Drake Maverick, EC3, Eric Young, Karl Anderson, Luke Gallows, Mojo Rawley, and No Way Jose. [1][2]
2 Robert Roode May 20, 2019 Raw Albany, NY 1 <1 <1 Took place on the entrance ramp. [1][2]
3 R-Truth May 20, 2019 Raw Albany, NY 1 8 7 Took place in the parking lot. [1][2]
4 Elias May 28, 2019 SmackDown Tulsa, OK 1 <1 <1 The 24/7 rule was temporarily suspended until after the scheduled tag team match later that same night in which Elias and R-Truth were both involved. [1][3]
5 R-Truth May 28, 2019 SmackDown Tulsa, OK 2 5 4 Took place in the ring after the 24/7 rule's temporary suspension was lifted. [1][3]
6 Jinder Mahal June 2, 2019 Golfing session An unidentified golf course 1 <1 <1 Took place on a golf course. This title change was shown on WWE's website and social media accounts. [1][4]
7 R-Truth June 2, 2019 Golfing session An unidentified golf course 3 2 2 Took place on a golf course. This title change was shown on WWE's website and social media accounts. [1][4]
8 Elias June 4, 2019 SmackDown Laredo, TX 2 <1 <1 This was a Lumberjack match during which the 24/7 rule was suspended. [1][5]
9 R-Truth June 4, 2019 SmackDown Laredo, TX 4 2 1 Took place under the ring. [1][6]
10 Jinder Mahal June 6, 2019 A flight to Saudi Arabia Frankfurt, Germany 2 <1 <1 Took place on the tarmac during a stopover at the Frankfurt Airport. This title change was shown on WWE's website and social media accounts. [1][7]
11 R-Truth June 6, 2019 A flight to Saudi Arabia 39,000 feet above the Red Sea 5 12 12 Took place on an airplane while Jinder Mahal was sleeping. This title change was shown on WWE's website and social media accounts. [1][8]
12 Drake Maverick June 18, 2019 SmackDown Ontario, CA 1 2 2 Took place in the parking lot while R-Truth was trying to leave the arena where Maverick was disguised as Carmella. [1][9]
13 R-Truth June 20, 2019 Drake Maverick's wedding Orlando, FL 6 4 3 Took place in the aisle as Maverick and his wife Renee Michelle were making their exit. This title change was shown on WWE's website and social media accounts on June 21, the date WWE recognizes for the reign. [1][10][11]
14 Heath Slater June 24, 2019 Raw Everett, WA 1 <1 <1 Took place in the ring after R-Truth, who was being chased by several other wrestlers, interrupted a scheduled match between Slater and Mojo Rawley. [1][12]
15 R-Truth June 24, 2019 Raw Everett, WA 7 <1 <1 [12][1]
16 Cedric Alexander June 24, 2019 Raw Everett, WA 1 <1 <1 [1][12]
17 EC3 June 24, 2019 Raw Everett, WA 1 <1 <1 Took place at ringside. [1][12]
18 R-Truth June 24, 2019 Raw Everett, WA 8 7 7 Took place on the entrance ramp after EC3 was distracted by Carmella. [1][12]
19 Drake Maverick July 1, 2019 Raw Dallas, TX 2 14 13 Took place backstage. [1][13]
20 R-Truth July 15, 2019 Raw Uniondale, NY 9 7 6 Took place in Drake Maverick and his wife, Renee Michelle's hotel room. R-Truth bribed a referee to dress up as a hotel worker in order for him to gain access to Maverick's room. [1][14]
21 Drake Maverick July 22, 2019 Raw Reunion Tampa, FL 3 <1 <1 Took place backstage. [1][15]
22 Pat Patterson July 22, 2019 Raw Reunion Tampa, FL 1 <1 <1 Took place in the locker room after Drake Maverick had tripped trying to escape The Boogeyman. [1][15]
23 Gerald Brisco July 22, 2019 Raw Reunion Tampa, FL 1 <1 <1 Took place off-screen backstage. [1][15]
24 Kelly Kelly July 22, 2019 Raw Reunion Tampa, FL 1 <1 <1 Took place backstage. [1][15]
25 Candice Michelle July 22, 2019 Raw Reunion Tampa, FL 1 <1 <1 Took place backstage with Melina as the special guest referee. [1][15]
26 Alundra Blayze July 22, 2019 Raw Reunion Tampa, FL 1 <1 <1 Took place backstage with Melina as the special guest referee. Won by submission. [1][15]
27 The Million Dollar Man July 22, 2019 Raw Reunion Tampa, FL 1 <1 <1 Bought the title from Alundra Blayze, who was about to throw the title in a trash can at the commentary table. [1][15]
28 Drake Maverick July 22, 2019 Raw Reunion Tampa, FL 4 <1 <1 Took place in a limousine in the parking lot. [1][15]
29 R-Truth July 22, 2019 Raw Reunion Tampa, FL 10 7 6 Took place in the parking lot as Drake Maverick was trying to escape in a limousine. [1][15]
30 Mike Kanellis July 29, 2019 Raw Little Rock, AR 1 <1 <1 Took place in the ring when R-Truth was in a dogpile after a Mosh Pit mixed tag team match featuring Truth and Carmella against Drake Maverick and his wife, Renee Michelle, during which the 24/7 rule was suspended. [1][16]
31 Maria Kanellis July 29, 2019 Raw Little Rock, AR 1 7 6 Forced her husband Mike Kanellis to lay down for the pin in their locker room. [1][16]
32 Mike Kanellis August 5, 2019 Raw Pittsburgh, PA 2 <1 <1 Pinned his wife Maria Kanellis with a hug while she was laying on the examination table during her OB-GYN appointment with the referee disguised as a nurse. [1][17][18]
33 R-Truth August 5, 2019 Raw Pittsburgh, PA 11 7 7 Took place in the waiting room of Maria Kanellis' OB-GYN appointment where Truth was disguised as a pregnant woman. [17][1]
34 The Revival
(Dash Wilder and Scott Dawson)
August 12, 2019 Raw Toronto, ON, Canada 1 <1 <1 Took place in the ring after R-Truth, who was being chased by several other wrestlers, interrupted a scheduled tag team match between The Revival and Lucha House Party (Lince Dorado and Gran Metalik, with Kalisto). The Revival simultaneously pinned Truth to become co-champions. [1][19]
35 R-Truth August 12, 2019 Raw Toronto, ON, Canada 12 <1 <1 Took place in the ring; Carmella pulled Truth on top of Scott Dawson, who had just been attacked by Kalisto. [1][19]
36 Elias August 12, 2019 Raw Toronto, ON, Canada 3 11 11 Took place backstage. [1][19]
37 R-Truth August 23, 2019 Fox Sports Founders Day Los Angeles, CA 13 <1 <1 Took place on the stage during a musical performance by Elias. This title change was shown on WWE's website and social media accounts on August 24, the date WWE recognizes for the reign. [1][20]
38 Rob Stone August 23, 2019 Fox College Football Los Angeles, CA 1 <1 <1 Took place on the show's set. This title change was shown on WWE's website and social media accounts on August 24, the date WWE recognizes for the reign. [20][1]
39 Elias August 23, 2019 Fox College Football Los Angeles, CA 4 4 3 Took place on the show's set. This title change was shown on WWE's website and social media accounts on August 24, the date WWE recognizes for the reign. [1][20]
40 Drake Maverick August 27, 2019 SmackDown Baton Rouge, LA 5 7 7 [1][21]
41 Bo Dallas September 3, 2019 SmackDown Norfolk, VA 1 <1 <1 Took place backstage. [1][22]
42 Drake Maverick September 3, 2019 SmackDown Norfolk, VA 6 <1 <1 [1][22]
43 R-Truth September 3, 2019 SmackDown Norfolk, VA 14 6 5 Took place on the entrance ramp. R-Truth was disguised in the King of the Ring regalia on the stage. [1][22]
44 Enes Kanter September 9, 2019 Main Event New York, NY 1 <1 <1 Took place in the ring. Recorded during a taping of Main Event prior to Raw going live on the air and shown on Raw. This was a cross promotion with NBC Sports' regional sports network that airs Boston Celtics games. [1][23][24]
45 R-Truth September 9, 2019 Main Event New York, NY 15 7 7 Took place in the ring. Recorded during a taping of Main Event prior to Raw going live on the air and shown on Raw. [23][24][1]
46 Mayor Glenn Jacobs September 16, 2019 Raw Knoxville, TN 1 <1 <1 Took place under the goal post of Neyland Stadium where the referee was disguised as a police officer. Jacobs is the mayor of Knox County, Tennessee, and is better known by his ring name Kane. Recorded during the afternoon and shown on Raw. [1][25]
47 R-Truth September 16, 2019 Raw Knoxville, TN 16 4 3 Took place in the valet parking area prior to Raw going live on the air and shown later that night. [1][25]
48 EC3 September 20, 2019 House show Quezon City, Philippines 2 <1 <1 [1][26]
49 R-Truth September 20, 2019 House show Quezon City, Philippines 17 1 1 [1][26]
50 EC3 September 21, 2019 House show Shanghai, China 3 <1 <1 [1][26]
51 R-Truth September 21, 2019 House show Shanghai, China 18 1 <1 Chad Gable was the special guest referee. [1][26][27]
52 EC3 September 22, 2019 House show Honolulu, HI 4 <1 <1 [26][1]
53 R-Truth September 22, 2019 House show Honolulu, HI 19 1 1 Chad Gable was the special guest referee. [1][26][28]
54 Carmella September 23, 2019 Raw San Francisco, CA 1 11 10 [1][29]
55 Marshmello October 4, 2019 SmackDown's 20th Anniversary Los Angeles, CA 1 <1 <1 Tripped and fell on top of Carmella backstage. [1][30]
56 Carmella October 4, 2019 SmackDown's 20th Anniversary Los Angeles, CA 2 2 1 Took place in the parking lot. This title change was shown on WWE's website and social media accounts. [1][30]
57 Tamina October 6, 2019 Hell in a Cell Sacramento, CA 1 <1 <1 Took place backstage. [1][31]
58 R-Truth October 6, 2019 Hell in a Cell Sacramento, CA 20 15 15 Took place by the international commentary tables. [31][1]
59 Sunil Singh October 21, 2019 Raw Cleveland, OH 1 10 9 Took place backstage. [1][32]
60 R-Truth October 31, 2019 Crown Jewel
Kickoff
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia 21 <1 <1 Took place on the entrance ramp after both Truth and Sunil Singh were eliminated from a battle royal where the 24/7 rule was suspended. [1][33]
61 Samir Singh October 31, 2019 Crown Jewel Riyadh, Saudi Arabia 1 18 18 Took place backstage. [1] [34]
62 R-Truth November 18, 2019 Raw Boston, MA 22 1 <1 Took place backstage in the medical examination room where Truth was disguised as a doctor. This title change was shown on WWE's website and social media accounts. [1][35]
63 Michael Giaccio November 19, 2019 WWE Employee Town Hall Stamford, CT 1 <1 <1 Took place during a meeting at WWE Headquarters. Giaccio is WWE's Senior Account Manager. This title change was shown on WWE's website and social media accounts. [1][36][37]
64 R-Truth November 19, 2019 Talent Relations meeting Stamford, CT 23 13 13 Took place in an office at WWE Headquarters. This title change was shown on WWE's website and social media accounts. [1][38]
65 Kyle Busch December 2, 2019 Raw Nashville, TN 1 <1 <1 Took place at ringside with Michael Waltrip as the special guest referee. Cross promotion with NASCAR on NBC. [1][39]
66 R-Truth December 2, 2019 Raw Nashville, TN 24 7+ 7+ Took place backstage. This title change was shown on WWE's website and social media accounts. [1][40]

Combined reigns[edit]

As of December 9, 2019.

Indicates the current champion
Rank Wrestler No. of
reigns
Combined
days
Combined days
rec. by WWE
1 R-Truth 24 117+ 107+
2 Drake Maverick 6 23 22
3 Samir Singh 1 18
4 Elias 4 15 14
5 Carmella 2 13 11
6 Sunil Singh 1 10 9
7 Maria Kanellis 1 7 6
8 EC3 4 <1
Jinder Mahal 2 <1
Mike Kanellis 2 <1
Alundra Blayze 1 <1
Bo Dallas 1 <1
Candice Michelle 1 <1
Cedric Alexander 1 <1
Enes Kanter 1 <1
Gerald Brisco 1 <1
Mayor Glenn Jacobs 1 <1
Heath Slater 1 <1
Kelly Kelly 1 <1
Kyle Busch 1 <1
Marshmello 1 <1
Michael Giaccio 1 <1
Pat Patterson 1 <1
Robert Roode 1 <1
Rob Stone 1 <1
Tamina 1 <1
Ted DiBiase Sr. 1 <1
The Revival
(Dash Wilder and Scott Dawson)
1 <1
Titus O'Neil 1 <1

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