Everything You Need To Know About The First 999 Episodes Of WWE Raw; More

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- Arda Ocal sent in this link which goes to an info-graphic with full statistics on the first 999 episodes of WWE Raw. Some results may surprise you while others you may expect.

- Wrestling News World reader Craig sent in the following:

Channel 4 in the UK have just aired a documentary called "The Wrestlers: Fighting With My Family", which will be available to watch
on their 4OD online player.

The documentary focused on the Knight wrestling family, particularly the development of brother and sister Zack and Britanni who had differing success with tryouts for WWE.

Whilst WWE weren't keen on Zack (he was told to put on weight and tone up), Britanni was signed by WWE and now wrestles in FCW/NXT as

The documentary ended with the family at home in the UK watching Paige's first FCW TV match in which she actually won. Her father, with a tear in his eye said she was no longer his little girl - she is now a diva!

The documentary was a good watch for any UK based readers.

  • Saw it advertised and was like no but sounds awesome I’ll watch

  • JakShowtime

    I think the thing that surprised me the most in that graphic is that The Miz is #17 on the "Who has wrestled the most matches" list. More than the Undertaker in, what, 1/4 of the time?

    • Lenny

      Think about it! Ever since summer of 2002 Taker has been exclusive to Smackdown. It was his show. Then he started making sporadic appearances and now he only wrestles once a year. Makes perfect sense.

      • Paul

        Yeah I was initially shocked by the undertakers low match level on raw but your right he was exclusive to smackdown for the best part of a decade.

  • Chopper

    Check out jason retunda he is a local wrestler from scotland who was on heat. He went on a chatshow in the uk and his ugly gf didnt want him to go incase he leaves her for a diva. Funny as hell also he is a rerrible wrestler

  • Travis dee

    I’ve wrestled for the knight family , who appeared in this documentary. Avoid them . They are scumbags who ” advise ” their wrestlers to take steroids to look good, they also tell there male wrestlers to ” hardway” the women wrestlers to ” toughen them up” .. One girl who got hardwayed by a 20 yr old guy was only 12 !!!… The knights are just no good people , wwe should of steered well away from signing britani ( Paige ) . If all this comes out , the u.s press will have a field day and it won’t look good for Linda McMahon who’s running for office

    • Ken

      I knew someone who hardwayed a 12 year old once. He's doing 15 to life and when he gets out he's going on a register, and… what, that's not what you mean? Oh.