INFOGRAPHIC: WWE Royal Rumble Stats & Records! OH YEAH.


Hi Scott,   My name is MaDonna and I’m at HalloweenCostumes. And, boy, do I have an infographic for you.   With this year’s Royal Rumble happening on Sunday, we needed to be ready. Ready with stats, facts, trivia, and cute, cuuuute pictures of past rumblers. See our “Over The Top” infographic here: http://www.halloweencostumes.com/blog/p-636-WWE-royal-rumble-infographic.aspx.   Along with the sharable image (there’s an embed code right in the blog post!), we also include even more information underneath on all the winners, their entry number, and the Wrestlemania result. Seriously, it’s a statistic-dream.   If you want to share this with your readers, that would be awesome! Let me know if you have any questions.   Thanks! MaDonna Sheehy HalloweenCostumes.com    

Very cool, thanks!

Should records truly be broken?

What’s this? Rock Star Gary doesn’t blog about the current
WWE product. Hogwash! Blasphemy!

Oh, ye of little faith…

WWE Money in the Bank Special Event is June 29. The WWE
title is up for grabs in the main event. Fourteen-time World Champion John Cena
is involved and favored to win the strap. Oh, wait, if I’m going to discuss the
current WWE product I am mandated to call it a championship, right?

In spite of circumstances like dropping the NWA title to
Jack Veneno in the Dominican Republic back in 1982 and Carlos Colon in Puerto
Rico in 1983 Ric Flair is recognized as a sixteen-time World Champion. Think
what you want about the person behind the character, but in his day Ric Flair
was THE MAN.

While basic math dictates that Flair’s World title record
won’t be broken at the upcoming Special Event it is definitely being
threatened. Fifteen isn’t quite sixteen, right?

Fortunately John Cena is the poster boy for the WWE. His public
image remains phenomenal despite being involved in what some (Phil Mushnick)
consider low-brow entertainment. His contributions to the Make-A-Wish
Foundation help to prove what a selfless, honorable person John Cena truly is.
He’s a hero to children. Why not make him the king of the mountain?

Oh wait, that’s a TNA trophy. Wrong promotion, sorry.

In any case my issue with all of these World title victories
by Cena, Randy Orton, HHH, and Edge is that while they’re considered high-level
players in the WWE they are NOT legendary. Prior to Flair’s tenth title victory
in July 1993 Flair held a mystique that these WWE Superstars don’t.  And it’s that mystique that separates him and
his record from the rest of the crowd.

I’m keeping Hulk Hogan apart from this list as he is
legendary notwithstanding his twelve World titles.

Unfortunately since Cena has only been a member of the WWE
roster for twelve years it is inevitable that he will break the World title
record. Let’s just hope that when number seventeen rolls around that WWE will treat
it as one of the most historical events in professional wrestling sports
entertainment history.
For more information on me please visit http://rockstargary.com.

 
 

 

Win-Loss Records

From: Craig Whiteman 

Here is a summary of the win-loss records at the end of June.  Again this is only for televised matches on Raw, NXT, Main Event, Superstars, Smackdown, Saturday Morning Slam and PPV.  Most Total Matches

  • 56 – Randy Orton
  • 51 – Daniel Bryan, Antonio Cesaro
  • 50 – Damien Sandow
  • 49 – Sheamus
  • 48 – Cody Rhodes

 Most Total Wins

  • 37 – Randy Orton
  • 35 – Sheamus
  • 32 – Alberto Del Rio
  • 27 – Daniel Bryan
  • 26 – Kane

Best Win Percentage (5 or more matches)

  • 1.000 – Christian
  • 0.917 – Curtis Axel
  • 0.875 – Paige
  • 0.857 – R-Truth
  • 0.818 – Luke Harper

 Most Total Losses

  • 34 – Cody Rhodes
  • 32 – Damien Sandow
  • 31 – Antonio Cesaro
  • 27 – Wade Barrett
  • 26 – Heath Slater

Lowest Win Percentage (5 or more matches)

  • 0.000 – Yoshi Tatsu, JTG, Zeb Colter, Rosa Mendes, Alex Riley
  • 0.045 – Primo
  • 0.048 – Epico
  • 0.067 – Aksana
  • 0.091 – Drew McIntyre, Michael McGillicutty

 Fewest Wins (5 or more matches)

  • 0 – Yoshi Tatsu, JTG, Zeb Colter, Rosa Mendes, Alex Riley
  • 1 – Primo, Epico, Aksana, Michael McGillicutty, Alicia Fox, Triple H
  • 2 – Drew McIntyre, Jinder Mahal, Santino Marella, Scott Dawson
  • 3 – Heath Slater, Sasha Banks, Emma

 Link to site – http://wweresults2013.blogspot.ca/ Link to win-loss records after week 26 – http://wweresults2013.blogspot.ca/2013/07/win-loss-records-after-week-26.html

WWE Win-Loss Records After 22 Weeks

Hi Scott,


After 5 months, let’s take one more look at the breakdown of the win-loss records in WWE.  A couple notes to start.  There have been 112 different wrestlers taking part in a match on WWE TV in 2013.  I am treating Michael McGillicutty and Curtis Axel as two separate people, in order to better track the records.  Most Total Matches

  • 46 – Randy Orton
  • 44 – Antonio Cesaro
  • 43 – Damien Sandow
  • 41 – Sheamus
  • 40 – Wade Barrett, Daniel Bryan, Cody Rhodes

Most Total Wins

  • 33 – Randy Orton
  • 28 – Sheamus, Alberto Del Rio
  • 22 – Kane
  • 21 – Daniel Bryan
  • 20 – The Miz

Most Total Losses

  • 29 – Antonio Cesaro
  • 28 – Damien Sandow
  • 27 – Cody Rhode
  • 25 – Heath Slater
  • 22 – Titus O’Neil, Darren Young

Best Winning % (min 5 matches)

  • 0.938 – Roman Reigns
  • 0.917 – R-Truth
  • 0.857 – Paige
  • 0.800 – Alberto Del Rio
  • 0.789 – Dean Ambrose

Worst Winning % (min 5 matches)

  • 0.000 – Yoshi Tatsu, Alicia Fox, JTG, Zeb Colter, Rosa Mendes
  • 0.038 – Heath Slater
  • 0.048 – Primo
  • 0.050 – Epico
  • 0.083 – Aksana

Fewest Wins (min 5 matches)

  • 0 – Yoshi Tatsu, Alicia Fox, JTG, Zeb Colter, Rosa Mendes
  • 1 – Heath Slater, Primo, Epico, Aksana, Michael McGillicutty
  • 2 – Drew McIntyre, Jinder Mahal, Santion Marella, Emma

WWE Win-Loss Records

Hi Scott,


I'm back with another look at the WWE Win-Loss Records for 2013 for televised programming (RAW, NXT, Main Event, Superstars, Smackdown, Saturday Morning Slam and PPV)

Most Total Matches

  • 36 – Antonio Cesaro, Randy Orton, Damien Sandow
  • 34 – Wade Barrett
  • 33 – Daniel Bryan, Sheamus
  • 32 – Cody Rhodes
  • 31 – Dolph Ziggler

Most Total Wins

  • 24 – Randy Orton
  • 23 – Alberto Del Rio
  • 21 – Sheamus
  • 19 – Daniel Bryan, Kane, Mark Henry
  • 18 – Wade Barrett, Jack Swagger

Most Total Losses

  • 24 – Antonio Cesaro
  • 23 – Damien Sandow, Cody Rhodes
  • 21 – Heath Slater
  • 20 – Primo
  • 19 – Darren Young, Epico

Best Win % (5 or more Total Matches)

  • 1.000 – Roman Reigns, Fandango
  • 0.900 – Dean Ambrose
  • 0.889 – R-Truth
  • 0.833 – Nikki Bella, Paige
  • 0.826 – Mark Henry

Worst Win % (5 or more Total Matches)

  • 0.000 – Yoshi Tatsu, Alicia Fox, JTG, Zeb Colter, Rosa Mendes
  • 0.045 – Heath Slater
  • 0.048 – Primo
  • 0.050 – Epico
  • 0.091 – Aksana

Fewest Wins (5 or more Total Matches)

  • 0 –  Yoshi Tatsu, Alicia Fox, JTG, Zeb Colter, Rosa Mendes
  • 1 – Aksana, Epico, Santino Marella, Michael McGillicutty, Primo, Heath Slater
  • 2 – AJ Lee, Jinder Mahal, Drew McIntyre, Conor O'Brian, Titus O'Neil, Darren Young

For complete win-loss records check out http://wweresults2013.blogspot.ca/

Cesaro actually WON TWELVE MATCHES?!?

Win-Loss Records

———- Forwarded message ———- > Well Scott we are three months into the year and I've still managed to track all the WWE "televised" matches for the year.  Once again this includes RAW, NXT, Main Event, Superstars, Smackdown, Saturday Morning Slam and PPV
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> Most Total Matches
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> ·         27 – Randy Orton
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> ·         26 – Cody Rhodes, Sheamus
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> ·         25 – Wade Barrett
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> ·         24 – Daniel Bryan
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> Most Total Wins
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> ·         19 – Randy Orton
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> ·         18 – Sheamus
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> ·         17 – Alberto Del Rio
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> ·         16 – Daniel Bryan
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> ·         15 – Kane
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> Highest Win Percentage (5 or more matches)
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> ·         0.929 – Jack Swagger
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> ·         0.895 – Alberto Del Rio
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> ·         0.857 – John Cena
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> ·         0.846 – Mark Henry
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> ·         0.833 – Adrian Neville
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> Most Total Losses
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> ·         18 – Antonio Cesaro, Damien Sandow, Cody Rhodes
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> ·         17 – Heath Slater
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> ·         14 – Dolph Ziggler, Titus O’Neil, Primo
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> ·         13 – Darren Young, Epico
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> ·         12 – Wade Barrett, Drew McIntyre
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> Lowest Win Percentage (5 or more matches)
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> ·         0.000 – Yoshi Tatsu, Alicia Fox, JTG
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> ·         0.056 – Heath Slater
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> ·         0.067 – Primo
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> ·         0.071 – Epico
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> ·         0.077 – Drew McIntyre
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> Fewest Wins (5 or more matches)
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> ·         0 – Yoshi Tatsu, Alicia Fox, JTG
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> ·         1 – Heath Slater, Primo, Epico, Drew McIntyre, Aksana, Jinder Mahal, Michael McGillicutty
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> ·         2 – Titus O’Neil, Darren Young
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> ·         3 – Chris Jericho, Sin Cara, Seth Rollins, Corey Graves
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> ·         4 – Zack Ryder, Tamina Snuka, CM Punk, Bo Dallas, Leo Kruger, Layla, Luke Harper, Naomi, R Truth, Big E Langston
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> To see the complete win-loss records and results from all televised programming visit http://wweresults2013.blogspot.ca/
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