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Survivor Series Stats 2017


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Bit of fun, decided to add Survivor Series matches to my Royal Rumble database. This is only proper elimination matches that happened on PPV or the pre-show. Any suggestions for additions, let me know and I'll do my best. I did want to add heel/face win percentages but those stupid Raw vs. Smackdown matches spoil it.

 

Survivor Series Stats

 

 

Matches: 75

Wrestlers: 684

 

Longest Matches:

 

2016 – 52:55 – Team Raw vs. Team Smackdown

2001 - 44:57 - Team WWF vs. The Alliance

 

Shortest Matches:

 

1999 - 01:26 - Big Show vs. Big Boss Man, Mideon, Prince Albert & Viscera

1990 – 09:07 – Match Of Survival

 

Most Matches competed:

 

Shawn Michaels - 11 matches - 1988-2008

Kane – 9 matches - 1995-2014

Randy Orton – 9 matches - 2003-2016

Big Show – 8 matches - 1999-2014

Davey Boy Smith – 8 matches - 1987-1999

Kofi Kingston – 7 matches – 2008-2016

Marty Jannetty – 7 matches - 1988-1996

 

Most Minutes competed:

 

Shawn Michaels – 240 mins

Randy Orton – 223 mins

Davey Boy Smith – 153 mins

Bret Hart – 144 mins

Marty Jannetty – 117 mins

 

Fewest Minutes competed:

 

Viktor – 30 secs

Mike Knox – 40 secs

Fandango – 41 secs

Tyler Breeze – 41 secs

Chainz - 1:18

JTG - 1:41

Lioness Asuka – 1:41

 

Most “Wins”:

 

5 – Randy Orton

 

4 - Hulk Hogan, Ultimate Warrior

3 - Big Show, Jeff Hardy, John Cena, Randy Savage, Rey Mysterio, Shawn Michaels

2 - 123 Kid, Brian Knobbs, Chris Benoit, Cody Rhodes, Davey Boy Smith, Dino Bravo, Dolph Ziggler, Jerry Sags, Mr. Perfect, Natalya, Paul Roma, Ric Flair, The Rock, The Warlord, Tito Santana, Triple H

 

Most Eliminations:

 

14 – Randy Orton

13 - Big Show

12 - Shawn Michaels

8 - Rey Mysterio

7 – Hulk Hogan, The Rock, Ultimate Warrior

6 – Christian, Tito Santana

 

Most Eliminations in one match:

 

4 - Aja Kong (1995), Roman Reigns (2013)

 

3 – Alundra Blayze (1995), Big Show (1999 & 2010), Diesel (1994), Dolph Ziggler (2014), Maryse (2008), Nikki Bella (2013), Randy Orton (2011), Ric Flair (2006), Sgt. Slaughter (1990), Shawn Michaels (2005), The Interrogator (1997), The Rock (2001), The Undertaker (1995), Triple H (2007), Vader (1997)

 

Quickest Eliminations:

 

2003 - 0 secs - Bob Holly eliminated via DQ

2004 - 0 secs - Carlito eliminated via Ran Away

2008 - 11 secs - William Regal eliminated by CM Punk via Pinfall

1999 - 18 secs - Mideon eliminated by Big Show via Pinfall

1989 - 27 secs - Andre the Giant eliminated via Count Out

2003 - 27 secs - A-Train eliminated by Bradshaw via Pinfall

1990 - 28 secs - The Warlord eliminated by Tito Santana via Pinfall

1999 - 30 secs - Albert eliminated by Big Show via Pinfall

2015 - 30 secs - Viktor eliminated by Goldust via Pinfall

2006 - 40 secs - Mike Knox eliminated by Shawn Michaels via Pinfall

2016 - 41 secs - Fandango eliminated by Kofi Kingston via Pinfall

2016 - 41 secs - Tyler Breeze eliminated via Partner Eliminated

1990 - 48 secs - Boris Zhukov eliminated by Tito Santana via Pinfall

2003 - 48 secs - Bradshaw eliminated by Big Show via Pinfall

2014 - 48 secs - Mark Henry eliminated by Big Show via Pinfall

2009 - 50 secs - Mark Henry eliminated by Randy Orton via Pinfall

1999 - 55 secs - Viscera eliminated by Big Show via Pinfall

2006 - 58 secs - Umaga eliminated via DQ

 

Slowest Paced Matches:

 

1991 - 2 eliminations in 22:48 - The Mountie, Ric Flair, Ted DiBiase & The Warlord vs. Bret Hart, The British Bulldog, Roddy Piper & Virgil

1993 - 4 eliminations in 30:57 - The Hart Family vs. Shawn Michaels & His Knights

1994 - 3 eliminations in 21:45 - The Bad Guys vs. The Teamsters

 

Fastest Paced Matches:

 

1999 – 3 eliminations in 01:26 - Big Show vs. Big Boss Man, Mideon, Prince Albert & Viscera

2013 – 12 eliminations in 11:29 - Total Divas vs. True Divas

2008 – 9 eliminations in 09:39 - Team Raw vs. Team Smackdown

 

Tallest 4-Man Team:

 

1999 – 317 inches (Average 6ft 7) - Big Boss Man, Mideon, Prince Albert & Viscera

 

 

Heaviest 4-Man Team:

 

1999 - 1452lbs - Big Boss Man, Mideon, Prince Albert & Viscera

 

Tallest 5-Man Team:

 

2003 – 404 inches (Average 6ft 8) - A-Train, Big Show, Brock Lesnar, Matt Morgan & Nathan Jones

 

Heaviest 5-Man Team:

 

1987 – 1936lbs - Andre the Giant, Butch Reed, King Kong Bundy, One Man Gang & Rick Rude

 

Oldest ever team:

 

2006 – Average age 56 - Dusty Rhodes, Ric Flair, Ron Simmons & Sgt. Slaughter

 

 

Youngest ever team:

 

2006 – Average age 23 - The Spirit Squad

 

Saddest teams:

 

1989 – 3/4 deceased - Dino Bravo, Earthquake, Greg Valentine & Randy Savage

1990 – 3/4 deceased – Animal, Hawk, Kerry Von Erich & Ultimate Warrior

1988 – 4/5 deceased - Andre the Giant, Dino Bravo, Harley Race, Mr Perfect & Rick Rude

 

Eliminated by the Same Person more than once:

 

Dolph Ziggler eliminated Kane in 2012 & 2014

Hulk Hogan eliminated Ted DiBiase in 1989 & 1990

John Cena eliminated Big Show in 2003 & 2006

Randy Orton eliminated Shawn Michaels in 2003 & 2005

Road Dogg eliminated Bradshaw in 1996 & 1997

Tito Santana eliminated Boris Zhukov in 1987 & 1990

Wade Barrett eliminated Kofi Kingston in 2011 & 2012

 

Undefeated streaks:

 

4 matches - Ultimate Warrior

2 matches - Brian Knobbs, Jerry Sags, Ric Flair

 

Never pinned or submitted:

 

5 matches - Hulk Hogan, Jim Duggan

4 matches – Earthquake, Ultimate Warrior

3 matches - Andre the Giant, Animal, Mabel

2 matches - Bad News Brown, Blake Beverly, Brian Knobbs, Jerry Sags, Ric Flair, Roddy Piper

 

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Excellent stuff!! I’m going rinse this and impress my 1 other friend who likes wrestling but isn’t on here.

I’m intrigued about the amount of fewer pinfall victories up until 96. That’s a good 18%. I love random stuff like this.

Good effort man.

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What about stats on turncoats Rick, any value in that? Bad News Brown used to love popping off home during Survivor matches.

Great stuff though. They really made a last ditch effort to show Big Show as unstoppable before his 99 title win, didn't they? Smash through the biggest 4 man team ever assembled in minutes (although 3 of them were glorified jobbers).

Edit: Rick you've inspired me now. I decided to check out a feature on wwe.com showcasing 25 'cool' Survivor Series teams. Started well, with the Warrior team from 1990...and then they included a team consisting of Undertaker, Henry Goodwinn, Make a Difference Fatu and Savio fucking Vega. I had seen enough after that.

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