Former Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski wins WWE’s 24/7 championship

The former Patriots tight end captured the WWE 24/7 Championship Sunday night at Wrestlemania, pinning his pal Mojo Rawley to capture the belt.

Rob Gronkowski
Rob Gronkowski took home a big honor Sunday night. –JOHN TLUMACKI/GLOBE STAFF

Add another title to Rob Gronkowski’s trophy case.

The former Patriots tight end captured the WWE 24/7 Championship Sunday night at Wrestlemania, pinning his pal Mojo Rawley to capture the belt.

The 24/7 title is on the line at all times, which means as long as there is a referee present to count, anyone can win the belt. Gronkowski won it with a splash off the Perch, giving him the honor.

For what it’s worth, the 24/7 championship has often been held by random semi-celebrities, including Celtics’ big man Enes Kanter, NASCAR’s Kyle Busch, Fox Sports’ Rob Stone, and musician DJ Marshmello.

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Gronkowski, who retired last March, was serving as the host for this year’s two-night Wrestlemania event.

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