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Statistics

If you ever wanted to know which wrestler had the most matches in a given year or had the best win-loss-record for pay per views, then this is the place for you. Note that for these stats to be somewhat meaningful, only wrestlers with a minimum amount of matches in a given year are shown in the results table. Otherwise sorting by percentages would be pretty meaningless and tedious.
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Displaying items 1 to 52 of total 52 items that match the search parameters.
# Item Matches Wins % W Losses % L Draws % D
1 Goldberg 27 21 77.8 3 11.1 3 11.1
2 Rodney Mack 31 23 74.2 8 25.8 0 0.0
3 Val Venis 28 19 67.9 9 32.1 0 0.0
4 Eddie Guerrero 55 36 65.5 19 34.5 0 0.0
5 Danny Basham 26 17 65.4 9 34.6 0 0.0
6 Kurt Angle 26 17 65.4 7 26.9 2 7.7
7 Chris Benoit 61 39 63.9 20 32.8 2 3.3
8 Booker T 45 28 62.2 14 31.1 3 6.7
9 John Cena 42 26 61.9 15 35.7 1 2.4
10 Doug Basham 28 17 60.7 11 39.3 0 0.0
11 Brock Lesnar 42 25 59.5 15 35.7 2 4.8
12 Scott Steiner 46 27 58.7 19 41.3 0 0.0
13 Rey Mysterio 52 30 57.7 22 42.3 0 0.0
14 Triple H 35 20 57.1 12 34.3 3 8.6
15 Tajiri 46 26 56.5 19 41.3 1 2.2
16 Billy Kidman 32 18 56.3 14 43.8 0 0.0
17 Rico 40 22 55.0 18 45.0 0 0.0
18 Rene Dupree 35 19 54.3 16 45.7 0 0.0
19 Bubba Ray Dudley 41 22 53.7 18 43.9 1 2.4
20 Rob Van Dam 56 30 53.6 23 41.1 3 5.4
21 Chavo Guerrero 30 16 53.3 14 46.7 0 0.0
22 Randy Orton 30 16 53.3 13 43.3 1 3.3
23 Kane 40 21 52.5 18 45.0 1 2.5
24 The Hurricane 40 21 52.5 19 47.5 0 0.0
25 Victoria 40 21 52.5 19 47.5 0 0.0
26 Molly Holly 37 19 51.4 18 48.6 0 0.0
27 Charlie Haas 55 28 50.9 27 49.1 0 0.0
28 Shelton Benjamin 53 27 50.9 26 49.1 0 0.0
29 Rikishi 30 15 50.0 14 46.7 1 3.3
30 Chuck Palumbo 39 19 48.7 20 51.3 0 0.0
31 Nunzio 39 19 48.7 19 48.7 1 2.6
32 Test 46 22 47.8 23 50.0 1 2.2
33 Matt Hardy Version 1.0 44 21 47.7 23 52.3 0 0.0
34 D-Von Dudley 40 19 47.5 20 50.0 1 2.5
35 Maven 49 23 46.9 26 53.1 0 0.0
36 The Big Show 43 20 46.5 22 51.2 1 2.3
37 Johnny Stamboli 33 15 45.5 17 51.5 1 3.0
38 Rhyno 40 18 45.0 21 52.5 1 2.5
39 Trish Stratus 49 22 44.9 24 49.0 3 6.1
40 Rosey 38 17 44.7 21 55.3 0 0.0
41 The A-Train 50 22 44.0 27 54.0 1 2.0
42 Lance Storm 42 18 42.9 23 54.8 1 2.4
43 Orlando Jordan 28 12 42.9 16 57.1 0 0.0
44 Chris Jericho 54 22 40.7 28 51.9 4 7.4
45 Christian 49 19 38.8 27 55.1 3 6.1
46 Jamie Noble 42 15 35.7 26 61.9 1 2.4
47 Ric Flair 26 9 34.6 16 61.5 1 3.8
48 Steven Richards 48 16 33.3 32 66.7 0 0.0
49 Spike Dudley 39 9 23.1 29 74.4 1 2.6
50 Shannon Moore 49 11 22.4 38 77.6 0 0.0
51 Tommy Dreamer 36 8 22.2 28 77.8 0 0.0
52 Funaki 47 6 12.8 41 87.2 0 0.0
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Last 3 comments
[10.0] "Following the Ishii/Ibushi brawl after a multi-man tag at the 2014 Tokyo Dome show, few would have expected anything other than a physical match from them at the ‘Back to Yokohama Arena’ show in May. However, the extent of the physicality was widely unforeseen, with Ishii emerging after the match bruised, spitting blood, a haematoma forming atop his head. Of course to say that such brutality was wholly justified in a predetermined pro-wrestling match simply due to the duo putting on so great a match would be either naïve or sadistic, but, as brutal as it was, Ishii and Ibushi worked hard, and ultimately produced a memorable and enthralling styles clash"
[10.0] "The best tag match in the world in 2014 and everything that is right about junior wrestling. Innovative, intensely paced, and crisp, a 13-minute sprint with the two best teams in the world in 2014 ends with a decisive title change and plenty of ancillary goodies like Filthy Tom Lawlor looking like a veteran manager on the outside to separate this match from a pack of great tag bouts throughout the year"
[10.0] "Some people are really disappointed with the handshake after this match because it potentially means the most exciting rivalry this year is effectively ended after only two singles matches now that the two have buried the hatchet and respect each other. It doesn’t matter if any future matches between the two can reach this level, we witnessed an incredible moment between two athletes. They mended bridges just THROUGH WRESTLING ONE ANOTHER. This is basically an affirmation that wrestling is a great art and nothing anyone says can take that away. Besides, Shibata and Tanahashi are still going to murder each other. ”"
 
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