There has been a potential update on plans moving forward for the 24/7 Championship with Triple H at the helm of WWE.
There have been several noticeable changes on WWE TV since Triple H took over as Head of Creative at the end of July following the retirement of his father-in-law Vince McMahon.
Over the last month, many have seemingly been impressed by developments under The Game’s control that include an emphasis on more consistent storytelling, longer matches, and the return of popular superstars.
Another noteworthy observation is that whilst the WWE 24/7 Championship has been seen with Dana Brooke, it has not been defended or involved in any angles on television since Triple H has been in charge leading many to speculate it is a thing of the past.
However, speaking on Wrestling Observer Radio, Dave Meltzer stated that although the title hasn’t been featured recently on television, it has not been dropped:
“At the RAW house shows, Dana Brooke worked them. The 24/7 Title was part of the shows during the live events in Kingston and London, Ontario.”
“The first night they had a 3-way for the title, with Nikki A.S.H., Tamina winning the title and Dana Brooke ends up with it again. On the next night, they even had the referee win the title. So they’re doing the same comedy championship at the house shows, just not on television. The title isn’t dropped, but it’s not any less goofy either.”
The WWE 24/7 Championship was unveiled by WWE Hall of Famer Mick Foley back in May 2019 with Titus O’Neil becoming the inaugural champion.
Under its “24/7 rule”, the 24/7 Championship can be defended anytime, anywhere, (as long as a WWE referee is present). It has since been used in various comedic angles and won by a diverse range of individuals, including current stars, legends, and non-wrestling personalities.