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WWE RAW 11 7 2022



Monday Night RawPromotionWWEDateNovember 7, 2022VenueMohegan Sun Arena at Casey PlazaCityWilkes-Barre, PennsylvaniaTransmissionLiveTV-senderUSA NetworkEvent referenceRAW #1537Special event details3 hr episodePrevious episodeOctober 31, 2022Next episodeNovember 14, 2022The November 7, 2022 Edition of RAW was a Professional wrestling television show of the WWE's RAW brand which took place on November 7, 2022 at the Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania.




WWE RAW 11 7 2022



The title was unveiled by Mick Foley on the May 20, 2019, episode of Monday Night Raw, where Titus O'Neil from Raw became the inaugural champion. The final champion was Nikki Cross, also from Raw. She had won the title on the November 7, 2022, episode of Raw and then afterwards backstage, discarded the championship as trash. WWE subsequently retired the title on November 9.


During the 2019 Money in the Bank pay-per-view and livestreaming event on May 19, WWE announced that a new championship would be introduced on the following night's episode of Raw,[1] where hardcore legend and WWE Hall of Famer Mick Foley unveiled the WWE 24/7 Championship. Like the former WWE Hardcore Championship and its "24/7 rule", the 24/7 Championship could be defended anytime, anywhere, as long as a WWE referee was present, hence its name.[2][3][4] Due to this, Foley said the title could be defended across all of WWE's brand divisions: Raw, SmackDown, NXT, NXT UK, and 205 Live (205 Live and NXT UK were dissolved in February and September 2022, respectively). He also said that WWE legends could return and challenge for the title. After the unveiling, Foley laid the title belt in the ring and said that whoever secured the championship first in a scramble would become the inaugural champion. Raw's Titus O'Neil became the inaugural champion by doing so, defeating Cedric Alexander, Drake Maverick, EC3, Eric Young, Karl Anderson, Luke Gallows, Mojo Rawley, and No Way Jose to claim the championship.[3][4][5] It was later confirmed that the title was not gender-exclusive and could also be won by non-WWE personnel after the respective wins of former WWE female wrestler Kelly Kelly and Fox sportscaster Rob Stone.[6][7]


On the November 7 episode of Raw, Nikki Cross defeated Dana Brooke to win the championship for an 11th time. Afterwards backstage, Cross discarded the championship as trash. On November 9, the 24/7 Championship was removed from the active titles page on WWE.com, subsequently retiring the championship.[17] After WWE owner Vince McMahon retired in July 2022, the new creative team headed by Paul "Triple H" Levesque did not have plans for the title and it was barely used on television until it was deactivated.[18] According to "Road Dogg" Jesse James, Triple H saw no value in the championship.[19] 041b061a72


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