After Rob Gronkowski won the WWE 24/7 championship at WrestleMania 36, fans were left wondering what would be next for the title. That became doubly true when Gronkowski ended his NFL retirement to join his former New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
The whole situation has become confusing for 35-time 24/7 champion R-Truth. (For those of you who are not wrestling fans, yeah, you read that right.) After losing to Bobby Lashley -- who replaced original opponent MVP -- during the WWE oney in the Bank pay-per-view, Truth vowed to win back his title ... by sacking Tom Brady.
R-Truth has held the title for a recognized 152 days across his 35 runs with the title. Among those he has pinned to win the title are Fox Sports commentator Rob Stone, NBA star Enes Kanter, NASCAR's Kyle Busch and Santa Claus.
Gronkowski won the title by pinning longtime friend and WWE superstar Mojo Rawley on the second night of WrestleMania 36, where Gronk was serving as the event's host. He is five days short of holding the record for the second longest number of days as WWE champion.