Once again, Monday Night Raw becomes the perfect scenario for a change of title for the WWE, with the 24/7 Championship returning once again to the protagonist of the red show on Monday evening, just a week after its last change and with the usual and inevitable R-Truth who manages to get his hands on his beloved title.
For the umpteenth time, in fact, the last episode of Monday Night Raw saw in its rings a match between the reigning 24/7 champion Akira Tozawa and the multi-champion R-Truth, who challenged each other with their own prize the green-gold title of the federation, which as it has been known for some time now, can be defended at any time of the day, at any time of the year and especially with anyone and in any way, just having an official WWE referee with you.
R-Truth wins WWE 24/7 title
In the fast match that saw the two protagonists of the mid-carding WWE on stage during the last episode of the red show, in fact, ended with an equally fast roll-up by the rapper of Raw, R-Truth was thus able to snatch his beloved "child" from the hands of the WWE Japanese, who in recent times is also being helped by a gang of ninja, including a gigantic tall black ninja, who obviously has not lost an opportunity to try to attack Truth, even in this episode.
After the end of the contest, in fact, R-Truth began running throughout the Orlando Performance Center, so as not to fall victim to the Japanese ninja of Tozawa, who tried in every way to bring the belt back to its previous owner.
R-Truth and Akira Tozawa had a very short match this week, but it got the job done. In the end, R-Truth won the WWE 24/7 Championship with a roll-up pin, the traditional way to end such title matches. Truth took off running after he won the title.
He also had to dodge multiple members of Tozawa’s army of ninjas along the way. On a related note, R-Truth is now the 99th champion in the title’s lineage, which obviously means the next champion will be the 100th.
Today is also the 20th birthday of the DDT Ironman Heavymetalweight Championship. If you don’t know, look it up. You won’t be disappointed. R-Truth has had quite the career in WWE, and out of all the performers on the roster, he seems to be one that gets TV time pretty consistently.