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Okay, I've been doing these for months now, so I'm sure you know how it works. If you don't, everything's explained here, in the earliest such document.

Not really a whole lot to say this month. Say what you will about Lita and Stephanie McMahon - not only did they finally give me more than enough women to do a Top Ten, but one of them (finally) knocked Torrie Wilson out of the number one spot. It should be obvious which one did so, but I like to let the more visceral readers get pissed off until they get there.

Injury-wise, there weren't a lot of judgement calls. If Test is going to wrestle, obviously he's not counted on the injured list, although he's so middle-of-the-road, he's not showing up anyway. HHH has a match announced for next month, appeared on TV two weeks ago and continues to be the focus of RAW. I've still got to count him. Aside from that, the injuries are the same as usual - although I was thrilled to finally not have Sylvan Granier and Rodney Mack taking up two perfectly worth-while spots in the RAW Top Ten this month. (Not to say that there aren't some equally odd members this month... Val Venis? Danny Basham?)

Anyway, enjoy. Next month will be business as usual, and I'm sure I'll cook up something flashier for December's year-end statistics.


TOP TEN MALES OVERALL:
10. Doug Basham (13-7-0: 65.00%)
9. HHH (18-9-2: 65.52%)
8. Brock Lesnar (24-11-4: 66.67%)
7. Kurt Angle (14-6-3: 67.39%)
6. Eddy Guerrero (31-14-2: 68.09%)
5. Booker T (24-9-2: 71.43%)
4. Danny Basham (13-5-0: 72.22%)
3. Mark Henry (6-2-0: 75.00%)
2. Goldberg (18-1-2: 90.48%)
1. Sean O'Haire (14-1-1: 90.63%)


TOP TEN RAW:
10. Rob Van Dam (24-18-4: 56.52%)
9. Kane (19-14-2: 57.14%)
8. Shane McMahon (3-2-1: 58.33%)
7. Val Venis (17-12-0: 58.62%)
6. Garrison Cade (9-6-0: 60.00%)
5. Scott Steiner (24-15-1: 61.25%)
4. HHH (18-9-2: 65.52%)
3. Booker T (24-9-2: 71.43%)
2. Mark Henry (6-2-0: 75.00%)
1. Goldberg (18-1-2: 90.48%)


TOP TEN SMACKDOWN:
10. Billy Kidman (17-11-0: 60.71%)
9. Ultimo Dragon (8-5-0: 61.54%)
8. Chris Benoit (29-17-4: 62.00%)
7. The Undertaker (15-8-1: 64.58%)
6. Doug Basham (13-7-0: 65.00%)
5. Brock Lesnar (24-11-4: 66.67%)
4. Kurt Angle (14-6-3: 67.39%)
3. Eddy Guerrero (31-14-2: 68.09%)
2. Danny Basham (13-5-0: 72.22%)
1. Sean O'Haire (14-1-1: 90.63%)



TOP TEN WOMEN:
10. Jacqueline (5-12-0: 29.41%)
9. Stephanie McMahon (1-3-1: 30.00%)
8. Gail Kim (6-9-0: 40.00%)
7. Trish Stratus (15-22-3: 41.25%)
6. Nidia (5-7-0: 41.67%)
5. Molly Holly (12-15-1: 44.64%)
4. Ivory (6-7-0: 46.15%)
3. Victoria (16-16-0: 50.00%)
2. Torrie Wilson (10-4-0: 71.43%)
1. Lita (5-1-0: 83.33%)



TOP TEN CRUISERWEIGHT DIVISION:
10. Shannon Moore (8-30-0: 21.05%)
9. Jamie Noble (12-21-1: 36.76%)
8. Matt Hardy (21-22-0: 48.84%)
7. Brian Kendrick (14-13-0: 51.85%)
6. Nunzio (16-14-1: 53.26%)
5. Tajiri (21-17-1: 55.19%)
4. Chavo Guerrero Jr. (13-10-1: 56.25%)
3. Rey Mysterio Jr. (26-17-0: 60.47%)
2. Billy Kidman (17-11-0: 60.71%)
1. Ultimo Dragon (8-5-0: 61.54%)



TOP FIVE MOST MAIN EVENTS:
5. Goldberg (12)
4. Kurt Angle (13)
3. HHH (15)
2. The Big Show (17)
1. Brock Lesnar (26)


TOP TEN MAIN EVENT PERCENTAGE (# ME / TOTAL MATCHES):
10. Shane McMahon (2/6: 33.33%)
9. Ric Flair (8/22: 36.36%)
8. Batista (4/10: 40.00%)
7. Shawn Michaels (7/16: 43.75%)
6. The Big Show (17/34: 50.00%)
5. HHH (15/29: 51.72%)
4. Kurt Angle (13/23: 56.52%)
3. Goldberg (12/21: 57.14%)
2. Stephanie McMahon (3/5: 60.00%)
1. Brock Lesnar (26/39: 66.67%)


TOP FIVE MOST MATCHES:
5. Chris Jericho (44)
4. Charlie Haas (45)
3. Rob Van Dam (46)
2. Eddy Guerrero (47)
1. Chris Benoit (50)


BOTTOM TEN MALES OVERALL:
10. Jamie Noble (12-21-1: 36.76%)
9. Rob Conway (4-8-0: 33.33%)
8. Al Snow (3-7-0: 30.00%)
7. Steven Richards (9-26-0: 25.71%)
6. Spike Dudley (7-24-1: 23.44%)
5. Tommy Dreamer (6-20-0: 23.08%)
4. Shannon Moore (8-30-0: 21.05%)
3. Zach Gowen (2-8-0: 20.00%)
2. Kanyon (2-10-0: 16.67%)
1. Funaki (6-32-0: 15.79%)



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EDIT: Stupid, stupid, stupid! Never mind.

(edited by gugs on 31.10.03 1420)


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if sean ohaire is #1 why the hell dont they use him more, hes one of the best possibilities.... they totally screwed him with the Piper thing
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Always an interesting read OFB.

SuperLita overtook TorrieBerg for the #1 spot, I guess that's an improvement... Looking at the Raw women percentage, everyone is 50% or under (with the exception of Lita). I see that injured Jazz isn't on the list, she must be like 17-2 because something has to counteract 6 out 7 girls being at or under .500

Never really noticed the main event percentages involved. That's pretty interesting.

The racking up wins on weekend TV shows, throws things off just a little. Maybe in the future a Weekend show win/lose counts as 0.5. While Raw/SD counts as 1.0. And maybe even PPV win/lose equal 1.5... But then we might get a problem of reading and tabulating it might be as difficult as reading the NHL standings



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    Originally posted by Net Hack Slasher
    SuperLita overtook TorrieBerg for the #1 spot, I guess that's an improvement... Looking at the Raw women percentage, everyone is 50% or under (with the exception of Lita). I see that injured Jazz isn't on the list, she must be like 17-2 because something has to counteract 6 out 7 girls being at or under .500


Here's the even weirder thing - Jazz's record when she got hurt was 9-9-1 - another perfect .500 record. How that's possible is beyond me. (Battle Royals and Triple Threat/Fatal Four Way matches where more people lose than win contribute, but there really haven't been that many of them this year.)



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Despite being relegated to dark match status for months, Sean O'Haire is the #1 man in the promotion. I wonder if he's begging them to keep him there until January so he can be #1 for the year?



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    Originally posted by OlFuzzyBastard
      Originally posted by Net Hack Slasher
      SuperLita overtook TorrieBerg for the #1 spot, I guess that's an improvement... Looking at the Raw women percentage, everyone is 50% or under (with the exception of Lita). I see that injured Jazz isn't on the list, she must be like 17-2 because something has to counteract 6 out 7 girls being at or under .500


    Here's the even weirder thing - Jazz's record when she got hurt was 9-9-1 - another perfect .500 record. How that's possible is beyond me. (Battle Royals and Triple Threat/Fatal Four Way matches where more people lose than win contribute, but there really haven't been that many of them this year.)


THAT'S IT! It makes perfect sense. The women division really seems to have a lot more 3 and 4 way matches then a normal men divison would have. So that would give out a lot more loses then wins just like this past Monday when Trish, Gail and Victoria all got 1 under the loss column while Lita is the only one who got the win... I would have never put that together.



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