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WWE Fixes Mistake About WWE 24/7 Title Being Retired

It looks like The WWE recently made a mistake about their WWE 24/7 Title being retired as it was shown on their website and it even made its way on social media.

WWE has since corrected the mistake and even displayed it on their website that R-Truth is the current WWE 24/7 Champion. As previously reported, Mike Rome won The WWE 24/7 Title at WWE’s recent Live Event in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Mike Rome would just hold The WWE 24/7 Title for a few seconds as while he was announcing his victory, Samir Singh would come in from behind him and win The WWE 24/7 Title. To end the segment, R-Truth would once again capture The WWE 24/7 Title from Samir Singh to make him The 27-time WWE 24/7 Champion.

You can check out the related tweets and reactions below along with the mistake being fixed:

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