According to @WrestleVotes, the new WWE Championship that is being introduced by Mick Foley on tonight’s episode of RAW will have a 24/7 stipulation.
The report indicates that this doesn’t necessarily mean the return of the well-liked WWE Hardcore Championship, which circulated from 1998 until it was aligned with the WWE Intercontinental Championship in 2002.
What it means is that whatever new WWE Championship is introduced — WWE Hardcore Championship, a new set of RAW Tag-Team Championships or otherwise — it will be able to be defended 24 hours a day, seven days a week, meaning the person who holds the title is always a target whenever and wherever he (or she) goes.
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Lots of rumors surrounding the new championship Mick Foley is introducing. Source says it’s not a Legends belt in anyway & not connected to Saudi Arabia. It’s not “hardcore” either, although it’s going to play off the rule where the title can be defended anywhere at anytime.
— WrestleVotes (@WrestleVotes) May 20, 2019
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