Kane wins and loses the 24/7 Championship on WWE Raw


Kane returned to WWE this week on Monday Night Raw, but he wasn't just involved in a simple backstage segment. He won and lost, the 24/7 Championship.

24/7 Champion R-Truth and Carmella were taken on a tour of the University of Tennessee by Kane in his role as Knox County Mayor Glenn Jacobs.

During the tour, Kane introduced Truth to a Knox County police officer, who also happened to be a WWE referee.

Truth slowly backed off, but in the process, he crashed into a football post. The Big Red Machine took advantage of the opportunity and pinned him for the 24/7 Championship, winning the title for the first time.

Later on in the show, Kane arrived at Raw in a limousine. On top of the limo though was Truth, waiting to pounce to try and get the 24/7 title back.

Truth managed to roll up Kane and pin him to win back the 24/7 Championship, starting his 16th 24/7 title reign.

The Big Red Machine immediately choked Truth in an attempt to get the title back, but Truth talked his way out of the situation by saying he pinned Kane for the title so that he wouldn't have too much on his plate.


Like many legends that have visited Raw recently, Kane got himself involved in the 24/7 title picture, producing a great segment with Truth that WWE fans enjoyed.

Kane got more involved on Raw later on in the show, as he came out to save Seth Rollins in the show's main event when he was outnumbered by The OC, Dolph Ziggler, and Robert Roode.

However, after Knox County Mayor cleared the ring and was about to summon fire, the lights went out and eerie sounds could be heard. Fans knew Bray Wyatt's The Fiend was here.

The Fiend appeared behind The Big Red Machine in the middle of the ring and, as Kane turned around, he applied the Mandible Claw as Rollins watched on in fear.


Kane has always been a fan of putting over future stars and doing what's best for the WWE, so it comes as no surprise that he was willing to put over one of the company's hottest superstars right now in Wyatt.

Overall, Kane has done what's best for business in his brief return to WWE and it's great to see him get involved in the 24/7 title picture and with The Fiend.

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