ⓘ List of WWE 24/7 Champions

                                     

ⓘ List of WWE 24/7 Champions

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 WWEs brands: Raw, SmackDown, 205 Live, NXT, and NXT UK, as well as outside of regular WWE shows, often with videos posted on WWEs 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 ONeil from Raw became the inaugural champion by securing the title belt first in a scramble involving several other wrestlers. The current champion is Rob Gronkowski, who is in his first reign. He won the title by pinning Mojo Rawley during WrestleMania 36 Part 2, which aired on April 5, 2020; the event was taped on March 25 and March 26, but it is currently unknown which day this title change was taped.

As of April 8, 2020, there have been 96 recognized reigns between 36 different people. R-Truth has the most reigns at 35 and the longest combined reign at 165 days 152 days as recognized by WWE. Riddick Moss reign is the longest singular reign at 41 days 40 days as recognized by WWE. Only eight other people have held the title for longer than a day: Carmella, Drake Maverick, Elias, Maria Kanellis, Mojo Rawley, Rob Gronkowski, and both Singh Brothers, Samir and Sunil. WWE announcer Mike Rome has the shortest reign, which lasted approximately 9 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 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 Womens 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, NASCAR driver Kyle Busch, and Raw announcer Mike Rome.