Monday, November 4, 2013


When Dolph Ziggler defeated  Curtis Axel on the 11/4/13 episode of Raw it was his 100th televised singles victory! That makes him the first wrestler to reach triple digits in both wins and losses! 

     Ziggler is the first [and so far only] wrestler to lose 100 TV matches and the 12th man to win 100 [behind only C.M. Punk, John Cena, Randy Orton, Sheamus, Kane, Jeff Hardy, Kofi Kingston, Big Show, Mark Henry, Alberto Del Rio, and the Miz]. 

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  1. If he's the only guy with triple digit wins and losses, does that mean he's had the most televised matches in WWE history?

    1. That's actually something I want to go back and keep track of when I get a chance. I'm guessing yes.

    2. I got a chance to add up total matches. Actuall Randy Orton, not Ziggler, has wrestled the most tv matches. Here's the link:

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