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WWE By the Figures: 2014 Year End Win-Loss Report & Other Statistics

by Logan Scisco

Here is your year end win-loss report for the WWE in 2014.  The following statistics are calculated taking the results from WWE pay-per-views and television broadcasts (RAW, Smackdown!, Main Event, and Superstars) this year.  NXT was excluded because it was not a main roster show.

Also, battle royals and Royal Rumbles did not factor into win-loss calculations, but they did factor count for a wrestler logging a "ring appearance."

Records below show wins-losses-draws (.Winning %)

To get the full spreadsheet, you can go to this Google Docs link:  https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1qKiLU2bdefm_i-8lPOruT0z5Xpy32FaoSAsOUxeAQCE/edit?usp=sharing

It is also possible that I could have mistabbed a win or loss here or there.  It's bound to happen when looking over a full year's worth of results, but these should be accurate give or take a few.



Overall Records (Includes all matches; Minimum of 15 matches)

Alexander Rusev 46-6-1 (.877)
El Torito 14-3-0 (.824)
John Cena 41-9-1 (.814)
Roman Reigns 45-12-4 (.771)
Daniel Bryan 18-7-2 (.704)
Jimmy Uso 64-26-4 (.702)
Bad News Barrett 17-7-1 (.700)
Jey Uso 60-25-4 (.697)
Big E. 42-19-1 (.686)
Adam Rose 27-13-0 (.675)
Bray Wyatt 35-17-1 (.670)
Bo Dallas 26-13-1 (.663)
Sheamus 50-26-2 (.654)
Big Show 25-14-2 (.634)
Seth Rollins 51-28-7 (.634)
Chris Jericho 8-4-3 (.633)
Dean Ambose 37-24-4 (.600)
Dolph Ziggler 54-40-2 (.573)
Tyson Kidd 14-11-0 (.560)
Erick Rowan 31-25-2 (.552)
Diego 24-26-1 (.480)
Goldust 35-38-1 (.480)
Fernando 23-25-1 (.480)
Ryback 32-36-3 (.472)
Mark Henry 14-17-2 (.456)
Alberto del Rio 23-28-1 (.452)
Luke Harper 27-34-2 (.444)
Rob Van Dam 15-19-0 (.441)
Stardust 34-44-1 (.437)
Batista 8-11-3 (.432)
Jack Swagger 31-51-2 (.381)
Miz 19-31-0 (.380)
Xavier Woods 8-14-0 (.364)
Kofi Kingston 18-32-1 (.363)
Cesaro 33-60-3 (.359)
Sin Cara 12-24-0 (.333)
R-Truth 13-26-0 (.333)
Randy Orton 14-32-4 (.320)
Fandango 15-33-2 (.314)
Billy Gunn 4-10-1 (.300)
Road Dogg 4-10-1 (.300)
Curtis Axel 15-51-2 (.235)
Titus O'Neill 13-46-1 (.225)
Heath Slater 9-34-1 (.216)
Damien Sandow 13-48-0 (.213)
Kane 9-37-2 (.208)
Zack Ryder 2-13-0 (.133)
Drew McIntyre 1-25-3 (.086)
Jinder Mahal 0-21-3 (.063)

Top 10 Singles Records (Minimum of 15 Matches)

Alexander Rusev 45-5-0 (.900)
Daniel Bryan 13-1-1 (.900)
John Cena 23-5-0 (.821)
Roman Reigns 18-4-1 (.778)
Bray Wyatt 21-6-0 (.778)
Ryback 15-4-1 (.775)
Adam Rose 24-8-0 (.750)
Bad News Barrett 14-5-0 (.737)
Sheamus 37-13-2 (.731)
Big E. Langston 32-12-0 (.727)

Top Tag Team Records (Minimum of 10 Matches; Includes only 2 vs. 2 Matches)

The Usos 35-11-2 (.750)
Goldust & Stardust 24-18-0 (.571)
Luke Harper & Erick Rowan 8-9-1 (.472)
The Real Americans 5-7-1 (.423)
Los Matadores 10-17-1 (.375)
RybAxel 11-19-1 (.371)
Miz & Mizdow 5-9-0 (.357)
Slater Gator 5-9-0 (.357)
Jinder Mahal & Drew McIntyre 0-9-2 (.090)

Diva Overall Records (Includes all matches; Minimum of 10 Matches)

Paige 26-11-1 (.697)
Naomi 27-13-1 (.670)
AJ Lee 30-21-0 (.588)
Nikki Bella 27-19-1 (.585)
Natalya 25-21-0 (.543)
Brie Bella 18-16-1 (.526)
Cameron 18-19-1 (.487)
Layla 9-10-3 (.477)
Emma 13-15-1 (.466)
Eva Marie 6-8-2 (.438)
Alicia Fox 18-34-2 (.352)
Summer Rae 10-25-2 (.297)
Tamina 6-15-0 (.286)
Rosa Mendes 2-7-1 (.250)
Aksana 4-14-0 (.222)

Other Notable Records

Stephanie McMahon 2-0-0 (1.000)
Brock Lesnar 3-1-0 (.750)
CM Punk 2-3-0 (.400)
Hornswoggle 2-6-0 (.250)
Triple H 0-3-1 (.125)

Top 10 Ring Appearances for 2014 (Includes all match appearances for an individual wrestler across all WWE programming)

Dolph Ziggler - 101
Cesaro - 100
Jimmy Uso - 94
Jey Uso - 90
Jack Swagger - 87
Seth Rollins - 86
Stardust - 83
Sheamus - 80
Goldust - 78
Ryback - 74

Top Match Types Featured on WWE Programming in 2014

Singles - 581
Tag Team - 156
Diva Singles - 130
Six Man Tag - 54
Diva Tag Team - 26
Handicap Match - 19
Eight Man Tag - 8
Mixed Tag - 8
Diva Handicap - 8
Mini Match - 7
Diva Six Woman Tag - 7
Battle Royal - 6
No Disqualification - 5
Beat the Clock - 5
Fatal Four Way - 4
Diva Guest Referee - 4
Last Man Standing - 4
Triple Threat - 4
Steel Cage - 4
Street Fight - 4
Ten Man Tag - 3
Tag Team Steel Cage - 3

If you have any questions about any of this material, feel free to include comments and I'll look at my spreadsheet to answer them.

Comments

  1. #TORITOWINSLOL

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  2. CruelConnectionNumber2December 31, 2014 at 12:07 PM

    They really hindered Jinder.

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  3. kane really got a huge push this year, oh wait, he barely won a match in 2014...

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  4. Charismatic eNegro Jef VinsonDecember 31, 2014 at 12:10 PM

    Two people lost more than Zack Ryder?

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  5. Zack Ryder has more wins this year than Undertaker and Triple H combined. Kinda cool, actually.

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  6. Fucking El Torito #2 on the list???? hahaha

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  7. Amazed that Tyson wrestled so many matches let alone had a decent win loss record.

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  8. this has to be the year where dolph has his most wins over losses by far. wasnt it last year he lost 100 matches or some shit??

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  9. Orton's win loss record really surprises me actually

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  10. I'm curious what Cesaro's win loss record is if you split the year up between first 6 months and last 6 months

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  11. 60 losses? holy shit. That is more than 1 a week.

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  12. 20 guys have records above .500 but 29 have records below .500.......that cannot be good overall, those numbers should be much closer

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  13. 60 times Cesaro let the brass ring slip through his fingers. No wonder Vince is pissed at the guy.

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  14. El Torito's a beast!

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  15. El Torito vs Brock at the main event of WM. Book it, WWE.

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  16. Neither of who are still on the roster....

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