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Since: 28.4.02
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#1 Posted on
And how appropriate that I post this alongside the new "Nobody Cares But You" tagline, huh? I'm bored, ladies and gentlemen, so you get to see the fruits of the time I've wasted over the last five months.

A few points before I begin. The results used are from PPVs, RAWs, Smackdowns, Velocitys and American Heats. (Not the weird pre-PPV British versions. However, I *will* include the UK-only PPVs starting next month.)

A main event is the last match on a PPV or a match in the final segment of RAW or Smackdown only. It doesn't matter what they called Hogan/McMahon or Rock/Austin - Brock/Angle was the only main event at Wrestlemania. If a TV show ends with an interview, there was no main event. Velocity and Heat do not have main events.

Win percentages are: (# WINS + [# NO CONTESTS / 2] ) / # MATCHES. A tie in the Top Ten categories is broken via # wins. A tie in the bottom ten is broken via # losses.

Main event percentages are: # MAIN EVENTS / # MATCHES

Wrestlers are not included if they are currently out injured (or shooting a movie), if they no longer work for the WWE, or if they have wrestled less than five matches thusfar in 2003. (Because that really can fuck the statistics up. Nathan Jones is sitting at 100%, but that's because he's only had two damn matches.)

(For the record, those wrestlers not included - almost all for having four or less 2003 matches - are: Kurt Angle, Steve Austin, B-2, Doug and Danny Basham, Batista, Eric Bischoff, D'Lo Brown, Mike Bucci, Rene Dupree, Edge, Goldberg, Jeff Hardy, Hulk Hogan/Mr. America, Ivory, Nathan Jones, Orlando Jordan, Chris Kanyon, Stacy Kiebler, Billy Kidman, Jerry Lawler, Vince McMahon, Kevin Nash, Sean O'Haire, Randy Orton, Roddy Piper, Raven, William Regal, The Road Warriors, The Rock, Jim Ross, Sable, the Tough Enough III winners and a multitude of jobbers from Heat and Velocity.)

Cruiserweights are only on those on Smackdown, and only those wrestling in the Cruiserweight division. Therefore, the likes of Chris Benoit and Nunzio are not listed in the top 5 Cruiserweights section, even though both have enough points to place.

With that in mind, here's the 2003 WWE Statistics through May. (This includes last night's Velocity, but does not include the Heat that's been taped for tonight.)


TOP TEN MALE RAW WRESTLERS: (W-L-NC: WIN %)
10. Jamal (8-7-0: 53.33%)
9. Triple H (9-7-1: 55.88%)
8. Kane (13-9-1: 58.70%)
7. Rob Van Dam (15-10-1: 59.62%)
6. Scott Steiner (11-7-1: 60.53%)
5. Goldust (8-5-0: 61.54%)
4. Hurricane Helms (11-6-0: 64.71%)
3. Booker T (14-7-1: 65.91%)
2. Sylvian Granier (4-1-0: 80.00%)
1. Rodney Mack (11-2-0: 84.62%)

TOP TEN MALE SMACKDOWN WRESTLERS:
10. Brian "Spanky" Kendrick (9-7-0: 56.25%)
9. Rhyno (8-6-1: 56.67%)
8. John Cena (10-7-0: 58.82%)
7. Johnny Stamboli (8-5-1: 60.71%)
6. Eddy Guerrero (16-9-1: 62.00%)
5. Nunzio (11-5-1: 64.70%)
4. The Undertaker (6-3-0: 66.67%)
3. Chuck Palumbo (11-5-0: 68.75%)
2. Bill DeMott (15-6-0: 71.43%)
1. Brock Lesnar (17-2-1: 87.50%)


TOP FIVE FEMALE WRESTLERS:
5. Trish Stratus (7-9-2: 44.44%)
4. Nidia (4-4-0: 50.00%)
3. Jazz (7-5-1: 57.69%)
2. Victoria (11-6-0: 64.70%)
1. Torrie Wilson (8-3-0: 72.73%)


TOP FIVE CRUISERWEIGHTS (SMACKDOWN ONLY):
5. Jamie Noble (5-15-0: 25.00%)
4. Tajiri (10-11-0: 47.62%)
3. Rey Mysterio Jr. (10-10-0: 50.00%)
2. Matt Hardy (12-12-0: 50.00%)
1. Brian "Spanky" Kendrick (9-7-0: 56.25%)


TOP TEN OVERALL:
10. Nunzio (11-5-1: 64.70%)
9. Hurricane Helms (11-6-0: 64.71%)
8. Booker T (14-7-1: 65.91%)
7. The Undertaker (6-3-0: 66.67%)
6. Chuck Palumbo (11-5-0: 68.75%)
5. Bill DeMott (15-6-0: 71.43%)
4. Torrie Wilson (8-3-0: 72.73%)
3. Sylvian Granier (4-1-0: 80.00%)
2. Rodney Mack (11-2-0: 84.62%)
1. Brock Lesnar (17-2-1: 87.50%)


BOTTOM TEN OVERALL:
10. Ric Flair (2-5-0: 27.78%)
9. Spike Dudley (5-12-1: 27.78%)
8. TIE: Al Snow, Crash Holly (2-6-0: 25.00%)
7. Jamie Noble (5-15-0: 25.00%)
6. Steven Richards (4-14-0: 22.22%)
5. Shannon Moore (4-16-0: 20.00%)
4. Funaki (4-18-0: 18.18%)
3. Christopher Nowinski (2-11-1: 17.86%)
2. Dawn Marie (1-5-0: 16.67%)
1. Tommy Dreamer (2-10-0: 16.67%)


TOP FIVE MOST MATCHES:
5. Matt Hardy (24)
4. Eddy Guerrero (25)
3. Rob Van Dam (26)
2. TIE: Chris Benoit; Charlie Haas (27)
1. Shelton Benjamin (28)


TOP FIVE MOST MAIN EVENTS:
5. TIE: Shelton Benjamin; The Big Show; Ric Flair; Charlie Haas; Hurricane Helms; Scott Steiner (3)
4. TIE: Booker T; John Cena; Kane; Rob Van Dam (4)
3. Chris Benoit (5)
2. TIE: HHH; Chris Jericho (6)
1. Brock Lesnar (11)


TOP TEN MAIN EVENT PERCENTAGE:
10. Booker T (4/22: 18.18%)
9. Chris Benoit (5/27: 18.52%)
8. The Big Show (3/15: 20.00%)
7. The Undertaker (2/9: 22.22%)
6. John Cena (4/17: 23.53%)
5. Chris Jericho (6/23: 26.09%)
4. Shawn Michaels (2/6: 33.33%)
3. HHH (6/17: 35.29%)
2. Ric Flair (3/7: 42.86%)
1. Brock Lesnar (11/20: 55.00%)

TOTAL MATCHES: 441





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#2 Posted on
#2 thru #6 on the overall top ten list has to be some sort of cruel joke. Mack, Grenier, Heat Sucking Wilson, Palumbo and DeMott in any type of top ten list is pathetic.



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#3 Posted on
Kurt Angle hasn't had five matches in 2003? Hmm, He defeated Benoit at RR. He beat Spanky on SD! He beat Brock Lesnar on SD! And he lost at WMXIX. That's all I can think of off the top of my head, and I have to be missing something...
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#4 Posted on

    Originally posted by kgriffey79
    Kurt Angle hasn't had five matches in 2003? Hmm, He defeated Benoit at RR. He beat Spanky on SD! He beat Brock Lesnar on SD! And he lost at WMXIX. That's all I can think of off the top of my head, and I have to be missing something...


He and Team Angle lost to Brock and Benoit at No Way Out.




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#5 Posted on
He actually fought Lesnar twice on SD!, once after Lesnar fought Team Angle indiviually (DQ loss) and once with the switch with Eric (Win).
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#6 Posted on
Angle's not listed 'cause he's currently out with an injury, as per the Fuzzy Bastard's post.

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Since: 28.4.02
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#7 Posted on

    Originally posted by Karlos the Jackal
    Angle's not listed 'cause he's currently out with an injury, as per the Fuzzy Bastard's post.

    --K



Exactly. He'd be pretty damned high otherwise... #5 on the overall.



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#8 Posted on
Jamal was more wins than Jamie Knoble? Rodney Mack has over *twice* as many wins as Knoble? DeMott as *thrice* as many? Torrie Wilson has more wins than Knoble?

That's just messed up.



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#9 Posted on

    Originally posted by Spaceman Spiff
    Jamal was more wins than Jamie Knoble? Rodney Mack has over *twice* as many wins as Knoble? DeMott as *thrice* as many? Torrie Wilson has more wins than Knoble?

    That's just messed up.



Does it really suprise you, though?




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#10 Posted on
2. Bill DeMott (15-6-0: 71.43%)

Dang he's racking up some numbers just to be doing matches on Velocity. Doesn't that make him the current WWE Velocity Champion?!?!

I better no go there, I might start something.




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#11 Posted on
Maybe I have alhimzers, but I don't remember many Jamal singles matches, much more than I remember Jamal winning.



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#12 Posted on
    Originally posted by OlFuzzyBastard
    TOP TEN MALE RAW WRESTLERS: (W-L-NC: WIN %)
    10. Jamal (8-7-0: 53.33%)
    9. Triple H (9-7-1: 55.88%)
    8. Kane (13-9-1: 58.70%)
    7. Rob Van Dam (15-10-1: 59.62%)
    6. Scott Steiner (11-7-1: 60.53%)
    5. Goldust (8-5-0: 61.54%)
    4. Hurricane Helms (11-6-0: 64.71%)
    3. Booker T (14-7-1: 65.91%)
    2. Sylvian Granier (4-1-0: 80.00%)
    1. Rodney Mack (11-2-0: 84.62%)




Interesting, huh?



(edited by Devil's Advocate on 2.6.03 0025)


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#13 Posted on
Taken from the other HHH thread:


    01/06-- RAW-- No match
    01/14-- RAW-- No match
    01/19-- Royal Rumble-- Beats Steiner
    01/20-- RAW-- No match
    01/27-- RAW-- HHH/ Batista beat Kane/ RVD
    02/03-- RAW-- No match
    02/10-- RAW-- No match
    02/17-- RAW-- HHH/ Batista LOSE to Booker/ Steiner [HHH pinned]
    02/23-- No Way Out-- Beats Steiner
    02/24-- RAW-- No match
    03/03-- RAW-- No match
    03/10-- RAW-- Beats Maven
    03/17-- RAW-- Beats Goldust
    03/24-- RAW-- HHH/ Flair LOSE to Booker/ Goldust [HHH pinned]
    03/30-- WrestleMania XIX-- Beats Booker T
    03/31-- RAW-- Beats Hurricane
    04/07-- RAW-- HHH/ Y2J LOSE to Booker/ HBK [HHH pinned]
    04/14-- RAW-- HHH/ Flair LOSE to Booker/ Hurricane [HHH pinned]
    04/21-- RAW-- NO CONTEST vs. Booker [World Title match]
    04/27-- Backlash-- HHH Pins Nash in 6-Man tag
    04/28-- RAW-- HHH/ Flair LOSE to RVD/ Kane [Flair pinned]
    05/05-- RAW-- No match
    05/12-- RAW-- No match
    05/18-- Judgment Day-- Beats Nash
    05/19-- RAW-- Beats Flair [World Title match]


I only count 5 losses & 1 NC, so somebody's math is off.



    Interesting, huh?

Yeah, 7 (or 5) losses, yet nobody's been elevated.



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#14 Posted on
    Originally posted by Spaceman Spiff
    Taken from the other HHH thread:


      01/06-- RAW-- No match
      01/14-- RAW-- No match
      01/19-- Royal Rumble-- Beats Steiner
      01/20-- RAW-- No match
      01/27-- RAW-- HHH/ Batista beat Kane/ RVD
      02/03-- RAW-- No match
      02/10-- RAW-- No match
      02/17-- RAW-- HHH/ Batista LOSE to Booker/ Steiner [HHH pinned]
      02/23-- No Way Out-- Beats Steiner
      02/24-- RAW-- No match
      03/03-- RAW-- No match
      03/10-- RAW-- Beats Maven
      03/17-- RAW-- Beats Goldust
      03/24-- RAW-- HHH/ Flair LOSE to Booker/ Goldust [HHH pinned]
      03/30-- WrestleMania XIX-- Beats Booker T
      03/31-- RAW-- Beats Hurricane
      04/07-- RAW-- HHH/ Y2J LOSE to Booker/ HBK [HHH pinned]
      04/14-- RAW-- HHH/ Flair LOSE to Booker/ Hurricane [HHH pinned]
      04/21-- RAW-- NO CONTEST vs. Booker [World Title match]
      04/27-- Backlash-- HHH Pins Nash in 6-Man tag
      04/28-- RAW-- HHH/ Flair LOSE to RVD/ Kane [Flair pinned]
      05/05-- RAW-- No match
      05/12-- RAW-- No match
      05/18-- Judgment Day-- Beats Nash
      05/19-- RAW-- Beats Flair [World Title match]


    I only count 5 losses & 1 NC, so somebody's math is off.



      Interesting, huh?

    Yeah, 7 (or 5) losses, yet nobody's been elevated.



Scott Steiner and Kevin Nash both defeated HHH at Royal Rumble and Judgement Day respectively. They were both DQ victories, which is why Hunter kept the title, but they were by no means HHH victories.

EDIT: Oh, and Chavo Guerrero has also been removed due to injury. He'd be pretty high on the Smackdown side of things as well. And if William Regal comes back, he went out at 7-1-0, which ties him with Brock Lesnar, if you can believe that.

(edited by OlFuzzyBastard on 2.6.03 0953)


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#15 Posted on
Also, we must remeber that on RAW guys like Mack and Three Minute Warning, and DeMott on Smackdown basically beat any jobbers they come across but when it goes to the big boys, they lose. So even though Mack is the man on RAW according to this, when you are wrestling jobber, Spike, jobber, Spike, week after week will do that to ya.



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#16 Posted on

    Originally posted by Nag
    Maybe I have alhimzers, but I don't remember many Jamal singles matches, much more than I remember Jamal winning.


Jamal hasn't had any singles matches in 2003. Rosey, on the other hand, had one where he lost to Maven, and that was enough to drop him behind his partner.



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