A worthwhile breast cancer month plug

Being that we've begun to be inundated with WWE and Komen's pinkwashing bullshit machine, I thought I'd try to get out a plug for a worthwhile charity that your readers might consider donating to.
The Breast Cancer Research Foundation has spent over 500 million dollars on research which has lead to new treatments for the disease. They spend 88 cents of every dollar donated directly on lifesaving research. And they don't have any John Cena merchandise. So they've got a lot going for them. You can do donate at bcrfcure.org if you all are so inclined.
​Yeah, it's not even just that Komen is a terrible charity for WWE to get in bed with​, it's the fact that they can't even do something charitable without being all LOOK AT US, WE'RE DOING CHARITY.  They can't just give money, they have to produce a bunch of cheesy pink t-shirts where they still keep 90% of the money from them and then force all the wrestlers, babyface or heel, to wear them on TV incessantly.  They have to produce TV spots about how they great they are for doing TV spots about breast cancer.  And they have to do this for another MONTH.  Bill Gates gives billions of dollars to charity and you barely ever hear about it, but WWE donates 10 cents per shitty t-shirt and suddenly they're Gandhi?  And that's not even to disparage the legitimate charity work that the company and people like Cena do behind the scenes, like the Make-A-Wish stuff, because it's great that they do, but SHUT THE FUCK UP ABOUT IT already.  This shit is even on their YouTube channel!  Do we now get a "Top 10 Most Courageous TV spots produced by WWE" list next on there or the Network, where they celebrate Titus O'Neil talking about his grandmother and Stephanie comparing the US government to terrorists?  
OK, I'm good for a while.  

WWE Stats: Month 2

Hey Scott,
Me again back with another round of WWE stats.  After 2 months of wrestling action here is where we stand Most Matches · 19 – Antonio Cesaro, Randy Orton, Sheamus · 18 – Damien Sandow · 17 – Wade Barrett, Cody Rhodes · 16 – Daniel Bryan, Kane · 15 – Kofi Kingston Most Total Wins · 13 – Sheamus, Alberto Del Rio · 12 – Randy Orton · 10 – Jack Swagger · 9 – Wade Barrett, Daniel Bryan, Kane, The Miz · 8 – Antonio Cesaro, Brodus Clay, Kaitlyn Best Win % (4 or more matches) · 1.000 – Alberto Del Rio, Jack Swagger, Adrian Neville · 0.889 – Kaitlyn · 0.857 – Mark Henry · 0.833 – John Cena · 0.800 – Brodus Clay Most Total Losses · 14 – Cody Rhodes · 11 – Damien Sandow · 10 – Antonio Cesaro, Titus O’Neil, Heath Slater · 9 – Dolph Ziggler, Epico, Primo · 8 – Darren Young Worst Win % (4 or more matches) · 0.000 – Yoshi Tatsu, Alicia Fox · 0.091 – Titus O’Neil, Heath Slater · 0.100 – Epico, Primo · 0.111 – Darren Young · 0.143 – Jinder Mahal, Drew McIntyre Fewest Wins (4 or more matches) · 0 – Yoshi Tatsu, Alicia Fox · 1 – Titus O’Neil, Heath Slater, Epico, Primo, Darren Young, Jinder Mahal, Drew McIntyre, Chris Jericho, Michael McGillicutty, Aksana · 2 – Leo Kruger, Seth Rollins, Sin Cara Other interesting stats · 87 different “Superstars” have appeared on WWE TV so far this year. · 16 Divas have “wrestled” on WWE TV this year. 9 are on the main roster, 6 are on NXT and 1 is no longer with the company. · There are three undefeated wrestlers (4 or more matches): Alberto Del Rio, Jack Swagger, Adrian Neville · Darren Young & Titus O’Neil both got their first wins on the March 1 Smackdown, in a match where Kane was blindfolded and Daniel Bryan had one hand tied behind his back. · Chris Jericho is 1-5 with a 0.167 win percentage since his return to WWE. · Mark Henry is 6-1 with a 0.857 win percentage since his return to WWE. His only loss was in an Elimation Chamber match. · 4 titles have changed hands so far this year: NXT, World, Divas, WWE. · The only new champions crowned in February were the NXT Tag Team Champions: Adrian Neville & Oliver Grey. They won a tournament to be crowned the first NXT Tag Team champions. · Both John Cena & CM Punk have only had 6 televised matched this year. Cena is 5-1 and Punk is 3-3. · The following had their first (televised) matches of the year in February (main roster only): Cameron, Naomi, Mark Henry, Curt Hawkins, Dean Ambrose, Roman Reigns, Seth Rollins, R-Truth, David Otunga To view the win-loss records, check the match results and see where you favorite superstar stands visit my blog http://wweresults2013.blogspot.ca/

WWE Results after One Month

Hey Scott,

I emailed you about a month ago about my blog listing the results of
all WWE shows and the win-loss records of all WWE Superstars.  I
thought I would send you a summary of how things look after the first
month.

After the first month of the year I thought I would go over the
Win-Loss records and pull out some interesting stats for the first
five weeks of the year.

Most Matches
•       14 – Wade Barrett
•       12 – Antonio Cesaro
•       11 – Randy Orton, Sheamus
•       10 – Damien Sandow

Most Total Wins
•       9 – Randy Orton
•       8 – Wade Barrett
•       7 – Daniel Bryan, Kane, Sheamus
•       6 – Alberto Del Rio

Best Win % (3 or more matches)
•       1.000 – Alberto Del Rio, John Cena, Big E Langston
•       0.818 – Randy Orton
•       0.800 – Kaitlyn
•       0.778 – Daniel Bryan, Kane

Most Total Losses
•       7 – Antonio Cesaro, Damien Sandow
•       6 – Epico, Primo, Heath Slater, Darren Young
•       5 – Wade Barrett, Dolph Ziggler, The Big Show, Cody Rhodes, Titus O’Neil
•       4 – Kofi Kingston, Jinder Mahal, Michael McGillicutty, Yoshi Tatsu

Worst Win % (3 or more matches)
•       0.000 – Darren Young, Titus O’Neil, Yoshi Tatsu, Alicia Fox, JTG
•       0.143 – Epico, Primo, Heath Slater
•       0.200 – Damien Sandow, Jinder Mahal, Michael McGillicutty
•       0.250 – Drew McIntyre, Tensai

Fewest Wins (3 or more matches)
•       0 – Darren Young, Titus O’Neil, Yoshi Tatsu, Alicia Fox, JTG
•       1 – Epico, Primo, Heath Slater, Jinder Mahal, Michael McGillicutty,
Drew McIntyre, Tensai, Justin Gabriel
•       2 – Damien Sandow, The Big Show, Cody Rhodes, Zack Ryder, Brodus
Clay, Leo Kruger, CM Punk, Tamina Snuka

Other interesting stats
There are four undefeated wrestlers (3 or more matches): Alberto Del
Rio, Kaitlyn, Big E Langston & John Cena

Kaitlyn, John Cena, The Big Show and CM Punk are undefeated on Raw
(there are others with a 1-0 record).

Zack Ryder, Brodus Clay, The Great Khali, Kofi Kingston, The Usos &
The Miz are undefeated on Superstars.

Alberto Del Rio, The Miz, Randy Orton & Sheamus are undefeated on
Smackdown (there are others with a 1-0 record).

No wrestler has had more than one match on Saturday Morning Slam.

There have been 5 matches ending in a no contest.  Sheamus has been in
3 of them.

There have been 4 matches ending in a DQ.

There have been 4 matches ending in a CO.

You can check out the win-loss records at http://wweresults2013.blogspot.ca/

Craig