R-Truth holds the record for most reigns at 53, as well as the longest combined reign at 425 days (415 days as recognized by WWE)
R-Truth holds the record for most reigns at 53, as well as the longest combined reign at 425 days (415 days as recognized by WWE)

The WWE 24/7 Championship was 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 was defended "24/7", as in any time, anywhere, as long as a WWE referee was present. Because of this rule, the championship was available to all of WWE's brand divisions: their two main roster brands, Raw and SmackDown, and their developmental brand, NXT, with title changes also occurring outside of regular shows, often with videos posted on the company's website and social media accounts. The title was previously also available to the 205 Live and NXT UK brands before their respective closures in 2022. It was 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.[1] The final champion was Nikki Cross, also from Raw. She defeated Dana Brooke on the November 7, 2022, episode of Raw and afterwards backstage, she discarded the championship as trash, and WWE subsequently retired the title.[2]

Over the championship's three-year history, there were 202 officially recognized reigns between 57 different people; there are 3 reigns that are not recognized on the official title history on WWE.com. R-Truth had the most reigns at 54 and the longest combined reign at 425 days (53 and 415 days, respectively, as recognized by WWE). Reggie's first reign was the longest singular reign at 112 days. Tucker's first reign was the shortest reign, which lasted approximately four seconds. WWE Hall of Famer Pat Patterson was the oldest champion, winning the title at 78 years old (which also made him the oldest title holder in WWE history), while Puerto Rican singer Bad Bunny was the youngest, winning the title at 26. WWE Hall of Famer "The Million Dollar Man" Ted DiBiase and R-Truth were the only title holders to become champion without winning the title; DiBiase purchased it from fellow Hall of Famer Alundra Blayze, who was about to drop the belt into a trash can (reenacting the infamous incident where she did the same to the then-WWF Women's Championship after joining World Championship Wrestling in 1995), while R-Truth's 50th reign began after he convinced Bad Bunny to exchange the title for some "Stone Cold" Steve Austin memorabilia. The Revival (Scott Dawson and Dash Wilder) were the only tag team to win the title and were recognized as co-champions.[1]

There were 15 non-wrestlers to win the title, including Fox sportscaster Rob Stone, WWE Senior Account Manager Michael Giaccio, former NFL, CFL, and USFL player Doug Flutie, and WWE commentators Corey Graves and Byron Saxton, and WWE referees Daphanie LaShaunn, Eddie Orengo, and Shawn Bennett.[1]

Title history

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
Championship change is unrecognized by the promotion
<1 Reign lasted less than a day
+ 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 belt in the ring. O'Neil became the inaugural champion by securing the 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][3]
2 Robert Roode May 20, 2019 Raw Albany, NY 1 <1 <1 Took place on the entrance ramp. [1][3]
3 R-Truth May 20, 2019 Raw Albany, NY 1 8 7 Took place in the parking lot. [1][3]
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][4]
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][4]
6 Jinder Mahal June 2, 2019 N/A N/A 1 <1 <1 Took place on a golf course at an undisclosed location. This title change was shown on WWE's website and social media accounts. [1][5]
7 R-Truth June 2, 2019 N/A N/A 3 2 2 Took place on a golf course at an undisclosed location. This title change was shown on WWE's website and social media accounts. [1][5]
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][6]
9 R-Truth June 4, 2019 SmackDown Laredo, TX 4 2 1 Took place under the ring. [1][7]
10 Jinder Mahal June 6, 2019 N/A Frankfurt, Germany 2 <1 <1 Took place on the tarmac during a stopover at the Frankfurt Airport on the way to Saudi Arabia. This title change was shown on WWE's website and social media accounts. [1][8]
11 R-Truth June 6, 2019 N/A 39,000 feet above the Red Sea 5 12 12 Took place on an airplane during a flight to Saudi Arabia while Jinder Mahal was sleeping. This title change was shown on WWE's website and social media accounts. [1][9]
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][10]
13 R-Truth June 20, 2019 N/A Orlando, FL 6 4 3 During Drake Maverick’s wedding ceremony, the pin 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][11][12]
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][13]
15 R-Truth June 24, 2019 Raw Everett, WA 7 <1 <1 [13][1]
16 Cedric Alexander June 24, 2019 Raw Everett, WA 1 <1 <1 [1][13]
17 EC3 June 24, 2019 Raw Everett, WA 1 <1 <1 Took place at ringside. [1][13]
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][13]
19 Drake Maverick July 1, 2019 Raw Dallas, TX 2 14 13 Took place backstage. [1][14]
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][15]
21 Drake Maverick July 22, 2019 Raw Reunion Tampa, FL 3 <1 <1 Took place backstage. [1][16]
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][16]
23 Gerald Brisco July 22, 2019 Raw Reunion Tampa, FL 1 <1 <1 Took place off-screen backstage. [1][16]
24 Kelly Kelly July 22, 2019 Raw Reunion Tampa, FL 1 <1 <1 Took place backstage. [1][16]
25 Candice Michelle July 22, 2019 Raw Reunion Tampa, FL 1 <1 <1 Took place backstage with Melina as the special guest referee. [1][16]
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][16]
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 belt in a trash can at the commentary table. [1][16]
28 Drake Maverick July 22, 2019 Raw Reunion Tampa, FL 4 <1 <1 Took place in a limousine in the parking lot. [1][16]
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][16]
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][17]
31 Maria Kanellis July 29, 2019 Raw Little Rock, AR 1 7 6 Forced her husband Mike Kanellis to lie down for the pin in their locker room. [1][17]
32 Mike Kanellis August 5, 2019 N/A Pittsburgh, PA 2 <1 <1 Pinned his wife Maria Kanellis with a hug while she was lying on the examination table during her OB-GYN appointment where the referee was disguised as a nurse. Took place during the afternoon and shown later that night on Raw. [1][18][19]
33 R-Truth August 5, 2019 N/A 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. Took place during the afternoon and shown later that night on Raw. [18][1]
34 The Revival
(Scott Dawson and Dash Wilder)
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][20]
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][20]
36 Elias August 12, 2019 Raw Toronto, ON, Canada 3 11 11 Took place backstage. [1][20]
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][21]
38 Rob Stone August 23, 2019 N/A Los Angeles, CA 1 <1 <1 Took place on the Fox College Football set. This title change was shown on WWE's website and social media accounts on August 24, the date WWE recognizes for the reign. [21][1]
39 Elias August 23, 2019 N/A Los Angeles, CA 4 4 3 Took place on the Fox College Football 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][21]
40 Drake Maverick August 27, 2019 SmackDown Baton Rouge, LA 5 7 7 [1][22]
41 Bo Dallas September 3, 2019 SmackDown Norfolk, VA 1 <1 <1 Took place backstage. [1][23]
42 Drake Maverick September 3, 2019 SmackDown Norfolk, VA 6 <1 <1 [1][23]
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][23]
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][24][25]
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. [24][25][1]
46 Mayor Glenn Jacobs September 16, 2019 N/A Knoxville, TN 1 <1 <1 Took place under the goal post of Neyland Stadium during a tour of Knoxville 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 later that night on Raw. [1][26]
47 R-Truth September 16, 2019 N/A 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][26]
48 EC3 September 20, 2019 WWE Live Quezon City, Philippines 2 <1 <1 [1][27]
49 R-Truth September 20, 2019 WWE Live Quezon City, Philippines 17 1 1 [1][27]
50 EC3 September 21, 2019 WWE Live Shanghai, China 3 <1 <1 [1][27]
51 R-Truth September 21, 2019 WWE Live Shanghai, China 18 1 <1 Chad Gable was the special guest referee. [1][27][28]
52 EC3 September 22, 2019 WWE Live Honolulu, HI 4 <1 <1 [27][1]
53 R-Truth September 22, 2019 WWE Live Honolulu, HI 19 1 1 Chad Gable was the special guest referee. [1][27][29]
54 Carmella September 23, 2019 Raw San Francisco, CA 1 11 10 [1][30]
55 Marshmello October 4, 2019, SmackDown's 20th Anniversary Los Angeles, CA 1 <1 <1 Tripped and fell on top of Carmella backstage. [1][31]
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][31]
57 Tamina October 6, 2019 Hell in a Cell Sacramento, CA 1 <1 <1 Took place backstage. [1][32]
58 R-Truth October 6, 2019 Hell in a Cell Sacramento, CA 20 15 15 Took place by the international commentary tables. [32][1]
59 Sunil Singh October 21, 2019 Raw Cleveland, OH 1 10 9 Took place backstage. [1][33]
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][34]
61 Samir Singh October 31, 2019 Crown Jewel Riyadh, Saudi Arabia 1 18 18 Took place backstage. [1][35]
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][36]
63 Michael Giaccio November 19, 2019 N/A Stamford, CT 1 <1 <1 Took place during a WWE Employee Town Hall event at WWE Headquarters. Giaccio was WWE's Senior Account Manager. This title change was shown on WWE's website and social media accounts. [1][37][38]
64 R-Truth November 19, 2019 N/A Stamford, CT 23 13 13 Took place during a Talent Relations meeting at WWE Headquarters. This title change was shown on WWE's website and social media accounts. [1][39]
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 as part of the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series year-end prize giving ceremony in Nashville that aired on NBCSN three days later. [1][40]
66 R-Truth December 2, 2019 Raw Nashville, TN 24 20 19 Took place backstage. This title change was shown on WWE's website and social media accounts. [1][41]
67 Akira Tozawa December 22, 2019 N/A New York, NY 1 <1 <1 Took place at the Rockefeller Center in front of the Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree.
This title change was shown on the December 23 episode of Raw.
[1][42]
68 Santa Claus December 22, 2019 N/A New York, NY 1 <1 <1 Took place at Columbus Circle.
This title change was shown on the December 23 episode of Raw.
Santa Claus was played by independent wrestler Bear Bronson.[43]
[1][42]
69 R-Truth December 22, 2019 N/A New York, NY 25 4 4 Took place in front of the Lincoln Center.
This title change was shown on the December 23 episode of Raw.
[1][42]
70 Samir Singh December 26, 2019 WWE Live New York, NY 2 <1 <1 This was a handicap match also involving Sunil Singh. [1][44]
71 Sunil Singh December 26, 2019 WWE Live New York, NY 2 <1 <1 [1][44]
72 R-Truth December 26, 2019 WWE Live New York, NY 26 1 <1 [1][44]
73 Samir Singh December 27, 2019 WWE Live Pittsburgh, PA 3 <1 <1 This was a handicap match also involving Sunil Singh.[45] [1][46]
74 Mike Rome December 27, 2019 WWE Live Pittsburgh, PA 1 <1 <1 [1][46]
75 Sunil Singh December 27, 2019 WWE Live Pittsburgh, PA 3 <1 <1 [1][46]
76 R-Truth December 27, 2019 WWE Live Pittsburgh, PA 27 1 <1 [1][46]
77 Samir Singh December 28, 2019 WWE Live Baltimore, MD 4 <1 <1 This was a handicap match also involving Sunil Singh. [1][47][48]
78 R-Truth December 28, 2019 WWE Live Baltimore, MD 28 1 <1 [1][47][48]
79 Samir Singh December 29, 2019 WWE Live Hershey, PA 5 <1 <1 This was a handicap match also involving Sunil Singh. WWE.com mistakenly has Samir and Sunil's wins reversed on this date. [1][49]
80 Sunil Singh December 29, 2019 WWE Live Hershey, PA 4 <1 <1 WWE.com mistakenly has Sunil and Samir's wins reversed on this date. [1][49]
81 R-Truth December 29, 2019 WWE Live Hershey, PA 29 2 2 [1][50]
82 Mojo Rawley December 31, 2019 Fox's New Year's Eve with Steve Harvey New York, NY 1 <1 <1 Took place in Times Square. Co-host Maria Menounos was the special guest referee. [1][51]
83 R-Truth December 31, 2019 Fox's New Year's Eve with Steve Harvey New York, NY 30 13 12 Took place in Times Square. Co-host Maria Menounos was the special guest referee. [1][51]
84 Mojo Rawley January 13, 2020 Raw Lexington, KY 2 4 3 Took place on the entrance ramp. [1][52]
85 R-Truth January 17, 2020 WWE Live Lafayette, LA 31 <1 <1 [1][53]
86 Mojo Rawley January 17, 2020 WWE Live Lafayette, LA 3 1 <1 [1][53]
87 R-Truth January 18, 2020 WWE Live Jackson, MS 32 <1 <1 [1][54]
88 Mojo Rawley January 18, 2020 WWE Live Jackson, MS 4 1 <1 [1][54]
89 R-Truth January 19, 2020 WWE Live Topeka, KS 33 <1 <1 [1][55]
90 Mojo Rawley January 19, 2020 WWE Live Topeka, KS 5 8 8 [1][55]
91 R-Truth January 27, 2020 Raw San Antonio, TX 34 <1 <1 [1][56]
92 Mojo Rawley January 27, 2020 Raw San Antonio, TX 6 14 13 [1][56]
93 Riddick Moss February 10, 2020 Raw Ontario, CA 1 41 40 [1][57]
94 R-Truth March 22, 2020 N/A Orlando, FL 35 4 or 3 13 Took place on a sidewalk while Riddick Moss was jogging. This title change was shown on WWE's website and social media accounts.
WWE recognizes this reign as ending on April 4, when the following title change aired on tape delay.
[1][58]
95 Mojo Rawley March 25 or 26, 2020 WrestleMania 36
Part 1
Orlando, FL 7 <1 or 1 <1 Took place in the host's viewing area.
WrestleMania was taped on March 25 and 26, but it is currently unknown which day this title change was taped.[59]
WWE recognizes this reign as beginning on April 4 and ending on April 5, when the title changes aired on tape delay.
[1][60]
96 Rob Gronkowski March 25 or 26, 2020 WrestleMania 36
Part 2
Orlando, FL 1 68 or 67 57 Took place in the host's viewing area.
WrestleMania was taped on March 25 and 26, but it is currently unknown which day this title change was taped.[59]
WWE recognizes this reign as beginning on April 5, when the title change aired on tape delay.
National Football League player Gronkowski was serving as the host of the event.
[1][61]
97 R-Truth June 1, 2020 N/A Foxborough, MA 36 16 21 Took place in Rob Gronkowski's backyard. Recorded during the afternoon and shown later that night on Raw.
WWE recognizes this reign as ending on June 22, when the title change aired on tape delay.
[1][62]
98 Akira Tozawa June 17, 2020 Raw Orlando, FL 2 10 6 R-Truth was originally scheduled to defend the title against Tozawa in a singles match, but Truth was attacked by Bobby Lashley, after which, Tozawa pinned Truth.
WWE recognizes this reign as beginning on June 22 and ending on June 29, when the title changes aired on tape delay.
[1][63][64]
99 R-Truth June 27, 2020 Raw Orlando, FL 37 23 20 This was a singles match during which the 24/7 rule was suspended.
WWE recognizes this reign as beginning on June 29, when the title change aired on tape delay.
[1][65][66]
100 Shelton Benjamin July 20, 2020 Raw Orlando, FL 1 14 14 Took place backstage. [1][67]
101 Akira Tozawa August 3, 2020 Raw Orlando, FL 3 <1 7 This was a triple threat match during which the 24/7 rule was suspended also involving R-Truth, who Tozawa pinned.
WWE recognizes this reign as ending on August 10, when the title change aired on tape delay.
[68]
102 R-Truth August 3, 2020 Raw Orlando, FL 38 10 6 Took place on the entrance ramp.
WWE recognizes this reign as beginning on August 10 and ending on August 17, when the title changes aired on tape delay.
[1][69][70]
103 Shelton Benjamin August 13, 2020 Raw Orlando, FL 2 <1 <1 Took place at ringside.
WWE recognizes the date for this reign as August 17, when the title change aired on tape delay.
[1][71][72]
104 Cedric Alexander August 13, 2020 Raw Orlando, FL 2 <1 <1 Took place at ringside.
WWE recognizes the date for this reign as August 17, when the title change aired on tape delay.
[1][71][72]
105 Shelton Benjamin August 13, 2020 Raw Orlando, FL 3 11 6 WWE recognizes this reign as beginning on August 17, when the title change aired on tape delay. [1][71][72]
106 Akira Tozawa August 24, 2020 Raw Orlando, FL 4 7 7 This was a fatal four-way match, during which the 24/7 rule was suspended, also involving Cedric Alexander and R-Truth, who Tozawa pinned. [1][73]
107 R-Truth August 31, 2020 N/A Orlando, FL 39 27 26 Took place in the parking garage where the referee was disguised as the parking garage attendant. Recorded during the afternoon and shown later that night on Raw. [1][74]
108 Drew Gulak September 27, 2020 Clash of Champions Orlando, FL 1 <1 <1 Took place backstage. [1][75]
109 R-Truth September 27, 2020 Clash of Champions Orlando, FL 40 1 1 Took place backstage in the interview area. [1][75]
110 Akira Tozawa September 28, 2020 Raw Orlando, FL 5 <1 <1 Took place backstage. [1][76]
111 Drew Gulak September 28, 2020 Raw Orlando, FL 2 <1 <1 Took place backstage. [1][76]
112 R-Truth September 28, 2020 Raw Orlando, FL 41 7 7 Took place backstage. [1][76]
113 Drew Gulak October 5, 2020 Raw Orlando, FL 3 <1 <1 Took place backstage. [1][77]
114 R-Truth October 5, 2020 Raw Orlando, FL 42 28 28 Took place in a dumpster backstage. [1][77]
115 Drew Gulak November 2, 2020 Raw Orlando, FL 4 7 6 Took place in the ring after Bobby Lashley defeated R-Truth in a non-title match; Gulak came out and attempted to pin Truth but Lashley attacked Gulak and laid his unconscious body on Truth, allowing him to get the pinfall. [1][78]
116 R-Truth November 9, 2020 Raw Orlando, FL 43 <1 <1 Took place backstage. [1][79]
117 Akira Tozawa November 9, 2020 Raw Orlando, FL 6 <1 <1 This was a seven-way match also involving Drew Gulak, Erik, Gran Metalik, Lince Dorado, and Tucker, during which the 24/7 rule was suspended. [1][79]
118 Erik November 9, 2020 Raw Orlando, FL 1 <1 <1 [1][79]
119 Drew Gulak November 9, 2020 Raw Orlando, FL 5 <1 <1 Took place ringside. [1][79]
120 Tucker November 9, 2020 Raw Orlando, FL 1 <1 <1 [1][79]
121 Drew Gulak November 9, 2020 Raw Orlando, FL 6 <1 <1 [1][79]
122 Tucker November 9, 2020 Raw Orlando, FL 2 <1 <1 [1][79]
123 Gran Metalik November 9, 2020 Raw Orlando, FL 1 <1 <1 [1][79]
124 Lince Dorado November 9, 2020 Raw Orlando, FL 1 <1 <1 [1][79]
125 R-Truth November 9, 2020 Raw Orlando, FL 44 13 12 [1][79]
126 The Gobbledy Gooker November 22, 2020 Survivor Series
Kickoff
Orlando, FL 1 <1 <1 Took place by the panelist table.
The character was portrayed by Drew Gulak, however, WWE did not acknowledge this and thus does not recognize this as Gulak's seventh reign.[80]
[1][81]
127 Akira Tozawa November 22, 2020 Survivor Series Orlando, FL 7 <1 <1 Took place backstage. [1][82]
128 R-Truth November 22, 2020 Survivor Series Orlando, FL 45 39 39 Took place backstage. [1][82]
129 Angel Garza December 31, 2020 TikTok's New Year's Eve Party N/A 1 4 4 Took place during a party at an undisclosed location that was streamed live on TikTok. [1][83]
130 R-Truth January 4, 2021 Raw Legends Night St. Petersburg, FL 46 27 28 Took place backstage after Angel Garza was scared by The Boogeyman. [1][84]
131 Alicia Fox January 31, 2021 Royal Rumble St. Petersburg, FL 1 <1 <1 Took place during the women's Royal Rumble match, in which Fox was participating. [1][85]
132 R-Truth January 31, 2021 Royal Rumble St. Petersburg, FL 47 <1 <1 Took place ringside after Fox was eliminated from the women's Royal Rumble match. [1][85]
133 Peter Rosenberg January 31, 2021 Royal Rumble St. Petersburg, FL 1 1 1 Took place by the panelist table. Radio personality Rosenberg had served as a panelist during the Royal Rumble Kickoff pre-show. [1][85]
134 R-Truth February 1, 2021 The Michael Kay Show St. Petersburg, FL 48 5 5 Pinned Peter Rosenberg in Rosenberg's hotel room during the live remote broadcast, which aired on the YES Network and WEPN Radio. [1][86]
135 Doug Flutie February 6, 2021 2021 Celebrity Flag Football Game Clearwater, FL 1 <1 <1 Took place at Clearwater Beach during halftime of the game, which aired on ESPNEWS. [1][87]
136 R-Truth February 6, 2021 2021 Celebrity Flag Football Game Clearwater, FL 49 9 9 Took place at Clearwater Beach during the game, which aired on ESPNEWS. [1][88]
137 Akira Tozawa February 15, 2021 Raw St. Petersburg, FL 8 <1 <1 Took place backstage. [1][89]
138 Bad Bunny February 15, 2021 Raw St. Petersburg, FL 1 28 28 Took place backstage. [1][89]
139 R-Truth March 15, 2021 Raw St. Petersburg, FL 50 6 6 Bad Bunny relinquished the title to R-Truth in exchange for "Stone Cold" Steve Austin memorabilia. [1][90]
140 Joseph Average March 21, 2021 Fastlane St. Petersburg, FL 1 <1 <1 Took place backstage during an Old Spice advertisement. The character was an Old Spice representative who was played by NXT and WWE Performance Center trainee Rik Bugez. [1][91]
141 R-Truth March 21, 2021 Fastlane St. Petersburg, FL 51 29 57 Took place backstage during an Old Spice advertisement. WWE incorrectly lists that R-Truth's reign ended on May 17, 2021 as the official title history does not reflect the next three title changes. [1][91]
Akira Tozawa April 19, 2021
(air date)
N/A St. Petersburg, FL 9 <1 Took place in the backstage area of Tropicana Field. This title change was shown on WWE's YouTube channel. The actual date the title change took place is unknown. WWE's official title history does not reflect this title change. [92]
Joseph Average April 19, 2021
(air date)
N/A St. Petersburg, FL 2 <1 Took place in the backstage area of Tropicana Field. This title change was shown on WWE's YouTube channel. The actual date the title change took place is unknown. WWE's official title history does not reflect this title change. [92]
R-Truth April 19, 2021
(air date)
N/A St. Petersburg, FL 52 28 Took place in the backstage area of Tropicana Field. This title change was shown on WWE's YouTube channel. The actual date the title change took place is unknown. WWE's official title history does not reflect this title change, although the match description for the following title change says that Akira Tozawa ended Truth's 52nd reign. [92]
142(145) Akira Tozawa May 17, 2021 Raw Tampa, FL 9(10) 42 41 Took place backstage in a stairwell. WWE's official title history incorrectly shows that this is Tozawa's ninth reign as the previous three title changes have not been added to the official title history, although the match description says that Tozawa ended R-Truth's 52nd reign. [1][93]
143(146) Drew Gulak June 28, 2021 Raw Tampa, FL 7 <1 <1 Took place at ringside after Akira Tozawa was eliminated from a battle royal. [1][94]
144(147) R-Truth June 28, 2021 Raw Tampa, FL 52(53) <1 <1 Took place at ringside after Drew Gulak was eliminated from a battle royal. [1][94]
145(148) Akira Tozawa June 28, 2021 Raw Tampa, FL 10(11) 21 21 Took place at ringside after R-Truth was eliminated from a battle royal. [1][94]
146(149) Reginald/Reggie July 19, 2021 Raw Dallas, TX 1 112 112 On July 30, 2021, his ring name was shortened to Reggie. [1][95]
147(150) Drake Maverick November 8, 2021 Raw Louisville, KY 7 <1 <1 [1][96]
148(151) Akira Tozawa November 8, 2021 Raw Louisville, KY 11(12) <1 <1 [1][96]
149(152) Corey Graves November 8, 2021 Raw Louisville, KY 1 <1 <1 Took place ringside. [1][96]
150(153) Byron Saxton November 8, 2021 Raw Louisville, KY 1 <1 <1 Took place ringside. [1][96]
151(154) Drake Maverick November 8, 2021 Raw Louisville, KY 8 <1 <1 Took place ringside. [1][96]
152(155) Reggie November 8, 2021 Raw Louisville, KY 2 14 14 [1][96]
153(156) Cedric Alexander November 22, 2021 Raw Brooklyn, NY 3 <1 <1 [1][97]
154(157) Dana Brooke November 22, 2021 Raw Brooklyn, NY 1 84 84 [1][97]
155(158) Reggie February 14, 2022 Raw Indianapolis, IN 3 7 6 Took place in a restaurant. [1][98]
156(159) Dana Brooke February 21, 2022 Raw Columbia, SC 2 56 55 [1][99]
157(160) Reggie April 18, 2022 Raw Buffalo, NY 4 <1 <1 Took place during an in-ring wedding ceremony. [1][100]
158(161) Tamina April 18, 2022 Raw Buffalo, NY 2 <1 <1 Took place during an in-ring wedding ceremony. [1][100]
159(162) Akira Tozawa April 18, 2022 Raw Buffalo, NY 12(13) <1 <1 Took place during an in-ring wedding ceremony. [1][100]
160(163) Dana Brooke April 18, 2022 Raw Buffalo, NY 3 14 14 Took place during an in-ring wedding ceremony. [1][100]
161(164) Nikki A.S.H. May 2, 2022 Raw Greensboro, NC 1 <1 <1 Took place backstage. [1][101]
162(165) Dana Brooke May 2, 2022 Raw Greensboro, NC 4 28 28 This was a singles match, during which the 24/7 rule was suspended. [1][101]
163(166) Tamina May 30, 2022 Raw Des Moines, IA 3 <1 <1 Took place during MizTV. [1][102]
164(167) Akira Tozawa May 30, 2022 Raw Des Moines, IA 13(14) 7 7 Took place during MizTV. [1][102]
165(168) Dana Brooke June 6, 2022 Raw Green Bay, WI 5 14 17 Took place during Brooke's match against Becky Lynch. WWE recognizes this reign as ending on June 23, when the following title change aired on tape delay. [1][103]
166(169) Doudrop June 20, 2022 Main Event Lincoln, NE 1 <1 <1 Aired on tape delay on June 23, 2022. [1][104]
167(170) Akira Tozawa June 20, 2022 Main Event Lincoln, NE 14(15) <1 <1 Aired on tape delay on June 23, 2022. [1][104]
168(171) R-Truth June 20, 2022 Main Event Lincoln, NE 53(54) <1 <1 Aired on tape delay on June 23, 2022. [1][104]
169(172) Nikki A.S.H. June 20, 2022 Main Event Lincoln, NE 2 <1 <1 Took place ringside.
Aired on tape delay on June 23, 2022.
[1][104]
170(173) Dana Brooke June 20, 2022 Main Event Lincoln, NE 6 19 16 WWE recognizes this reign as beginning on June 23, when the title change aired on tape delay. [1][104]
171(174) Carmella July 9, 2022 WWE Live Bossier City, LA 3 <1 <1 [1][105]
172(175) Dana Brooke July 9, 2022 WWE Live Bossier City, LA 7 1 1 [1][105]
173(176) Carmella July 10, 2022 WWE Live Waco, TX 4 <1 <1 [1][106]
174(177) Dana Brooke July 10, 2022 WWE Live Waco, TX 8 8 8 [1][106]
175(178) Akira Tozawa July 18, 2022 Raw Tampa, FL 15(16) <1 <1 Took place ringside during a six-woman tag team match. [1][107]
176(179) Nikki A.S.H. July 18, 2022 Raw Tampa, FL 3 <1 <1 Took place during a six-woman tag team match. [1][107]
177(180) Alexa Bliss July 18, 2022 Raw Tampa, FL 1 <1 <1 Took place during a six-woman tag team match. [1][107]
178(181) Doudrop July 18, 2022 Raw Tampa, FL 2 <1 <1 Took place during a six-woman tag team match. [1][107]
179(182) Tamina July 18, 2022 Raw Tampa, FL 4 <1 <1 Took place during a six-woman tag team match. [1][107]
180(183) Dana Brooke July 18, 2022 Raw Tampa, FL 9 33 32 Took place during a six-woman tag team match. [1][107]
181(184) Nikki A.S.H. August 20, 2022 WWE Live Kingston, ON, Canada 4 <1 <1 [1][108]
182(185) Tamina August 20, 2022 WWE Live Kingston, ON, Canada 5 <1 <1 [1][108]
183(186) Dana Brooke August 20, 2022 WWE Live Kingston, ON, Canada 10 1 1 [1][108]
184(187) Nikki A.S.H. August 21, 2022 WWE Live London, ON, Canada 5 <1 <1 [1][109]
185(188) Shawn Bennett August 21, 2022 WWE Live London, ON, Canada 1 <1 <1 Bennett was a WWE referee. [1][109]
186(189) Tamina August 21, 2022 WWE Live London, ON, Canada 6 <1 <1 [1][109]
187(190) Dana Brooke August 21, 2022 WWE Live London, ON, Canada 11 20 20 [1][109]
188(191) Nikki A.S.H. September 10, 2022 WWE Live Colorado Springs, CO 6 <1 <1 [1][110]
189(192) Eddie Orengo September 10, 2022 WWE Live Colorado Springs, CO 1 <1 <1 Orengo was a WWE referee. [1][110]
190(193) Tamina September 10, 2022 WWE Live Colorado Springs, CO 7 <1 <1 [1][110]
191(194) Dana Brooke September 10, 2022 WWE Live Colorado Springs, CO 12 14 13 [1][110]
192(195) Nikki A.S.H. September 24, 2022 WWE Live Vancouver, BC, Canada 7 <1 <1 [1][111]
193(196) Daphanie LaShaunn September 24, 2022 WWE Live Vancouver, BC, Canada 1 <1 <1 LaShaunn was a WWE referee. [1][111]
194(197) Nikki A.S.H. September 24, 2022 WWE Live Vancouver, BC, Canada 8 <1 <1 [1][111]
195(198) Dana Brooke September 24, 2022 WWE Live Vancouver, BC, Canada 13 35 35 [1][111]
196(199) Nikki Cross October 29, 2022 WWE Live Monterrey, NL, Mexico 9 <1 <1 Cross was previously known as Nikki A.S.H. [1][112]
197(200) Tamina October 29, 2022 WWE Live Monterrey, NL, Mexico 8 <1 <1 [1][112]
198(201) Dana Brooke October 29, 2022 WWE Live Monterrey, NL, Mexico 14 1 1 [1][112]
199(202) Nikki Cross October 30, 2022 WWE Live Mexico City, Mexico 10 <1 <1 [1][113]
200(203) Tamina October 30, 2022 WWE Live Mexico City, Mexico 9 <1 <1 [1][113]
201(204) Dana Brooke October 30, 2022 WWE Live Mexico City, Mexico 15 8 8 [1][113]
202(205) Nikki Cross November 7, 2022 Raw Wilkes-Barre, PA 11 <1 <1 [1][114]
Deactivated  November 9, 2022  – During a backstage segment on the November 7, 2022, episode of Raw, Nikki Cross discarded the belt as trash, deactivating the title. [1][2]

Combined reigns

The Revival (Scott Dawson and Dash Wilder) were the only tag team to win the title and officially be recognized as co-champions.
The Revival (Scott Dawson and Dash Wilder) were the only tag team to win the title and officially be recognized as co-champions.

As of January 19, 2023.

¤ The exact length of at least one title reign is uncertain, so the shortest length is considered.
Rank Wrestler No. of
reigns
Combined
days
Combined days
rec. by WWE
1 R-Truth 53(54)[a] ¤423 ¤415
2 Dana Brooke 15 336 335
3 Reginald/Reggie 4 133 132
4 Akira Tozawa 15(16)[b] 87 89
5 Rob Gronkowski 1 ¤67 57
6 Riddick Moss 1 41 40
7 Mojo Rawley 7 ¤28 25
Bad Bunny 1 28
9 Shelton Benjamin 3 25 20
10 Drake Maverick 8 23 22
11 Samir Singh 5 18
12 Elias 4 15 14
13 Carmella 4 13 11
14 Sunil Singh 4 10 9
15 Drew Gulak 7 7 6
Maria Kanellis 1
17 Angel Garza 1 4
18 Peter Rosenberg 1 1 <1
19 Nikki A.S.H./Nikki Cross 11 <1
Tamina 9
EC3 4
Cedric Alexander 3
Doudrop 2
Jinder Mahal
Mike Kanellis
Tucker
Joseph Average 1(2)[c]
Alexa Bliss 1
Alicia Fox
Alundra Blayze
Bo Dallas
Byron Saxton
Candice Michelle
Corey Graves
Daphanie LaShaunn
Doug Flutie
Eddie Orengo
Enes Kanter
Erik
Gerald Brisco
Mayor Glenn Jacobs
Gran Metalik
Heath Slater
Kelly Kelly
Kyle Busch
Lince Dorado
Marshmello
Michael Giaccio
Mike Rome
Pat Patterson
Robert Roode
Rob Stone
Santa Claus[d]
Shawn Bennett
The Gobbledy Gooker[e]
The Million Dollar Man
The Revival
(Scott Dawson and Dash Wilder)
Titus O'Neil

See also

Notes

  1. ^ WWE recognizes R-Truth as a 53-time champion. His 52nd reign is not recognized by WWE.
  2. ^ WWE recognizes Akira Tozawa as a 15-time champion. His ninth reign is not recognized by WWE.
  3. ^ WWE recognizes Joseph Average as a one-time champion. His second reign is not recognized by WWE.
  4. ^ Santa Claus was portrayed by Bear Bronson.
  5. ^ During the Survivor Series Kickoff pre-show on November 22, 2020, Drew Gulak portrayed The Gobbledy Gooker, who won the 24/7 Championship; however, WWE does not recognize this as Gulak's seventh reign and instead recognize it as a sole reign for The Gobbledy Gooker character.

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