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http://blogs.thescore.com/aftermath/2012/07/19/a-look-at-stats-from-the-first-999-episodes-of-raw/

I would not have guessed that Poughkeepsie, NY has hosted the second most episodes of Raw.



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I can believe it. I saw something like 12 shows there throughout my childhood. NYC was too far and complicated to get to, while Poughkeepsie was an easy 45 minute drive away.

I'm surprised there has never been a show in New Mexico.
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    Originally posted by Aftermath
    Superstars With The Most RAW Matches
    Triple H 374
    Chris Jericho 359

Did You Know: A third of each of their matches were against each other... and Jericho jobbed each time!

Sorry. Had to grab the low-hanging fruit there.
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-Handicap Match is not on the list. It has to reach in the triple digits.

-Test has more Raw Matches...think about THAT a minute...


-Cena and Orton have almost as many matches as Kane and he has a five year lead on them (did Yankem and Fake Diesel count?). And they wonder why we're sick of them...

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    Originally posted by Scottyflamingo
    -Cena and Orton have almost as many matches as Kane and he has a five year lead on them (did Yankem and Fake Diesel count?). And they wonder why we're sick of them...


This is a cool point but Kane was on Smackdown and ECW from most of 2006 to 2011. Though I guess Cena has only been on Raw since 2005.
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Trish Stratus was in 160 matches from 2000 to her retirement in 2006 (plus a handful since then), and she was out for several months in 2005 to rehab her back. She was a workhorse.



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The ones from 2000-01 were gravy bowl matches though, easier on the joints.
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Are they? No kneepads, no elbow pads, and what's the bottom of those gravy bowls made of? They're not trampolines.

Remember Stacy launching Trish into the bowl? (dailymotion.com) Sure you do.

That landing had to hurt.


(edited by John Orquiola on 19.7.12 1324)

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I realize there were space issues with the graphic, but it still bugged me that the titles defended section omits the Women's, Diva's, European, Light Heavyweight, Cruiserweight, and Hardcore titles. (Unless some of those were never defended on Raw, which I suppose is possible.)

Does the "Tag Team" title listed here include both incarnations?

Also, the WCW title was defended on Raw at least once.



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    Originally posted by John Orquiola
    Are they? No kneepads, no elbow pads, and what's the bottom of those gravy bowls made of? They're not trampolines.

    Remember Stacy launching Trish into the bowl? (dailymotion.com) Sure you do.

    That landing had to hurt.

    (edited by John Orquiola on 19.7.12 1324)


Didn't Trish rupture an implant in one of these goofy matches?



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