WWE Summerslam Stats from the First 24 Events: Records, Venues, Matches, More!

T BDContributor IAugust 17, 2012

Hot off the heels of Aftermath Blog's info graphic with stats from the first 999 episodes of RAW, a new info graphic has been released highlighting info and stats from the first 24 edition of Summerslam.

The new info graphic includes statistics of locations (with maps), a plethora of specialty matches that have happened (including a match for Kurt Angle's Gold medal, a Boiler Room Brawl, a Stinkface Match and "Til Death Do Us Part").

What's interesting are the records of the top stars in WWE history—while the Ultimate Warrior and Hulk Hogan possess unblemished records, Chris Jericho is a surprising 3-5. Rey Mysterio, CM Punk and John Cena are all at .500. Edge has only one loss, while Undertaker (though he is not undefeated), sits at a healthy 9-5-1.

Perhaps most surprising is the percentage change rate of several WWE titles in the past—the WWE championship has only changed hands just over 20 percent of the time at Summerslam. In contrast, the Intercontinental title has changed hands in 65 percent of title matches at the Biggest Party of the Summer.

Comment below and let me know which stat surprised you the most. (Yes, I'm aware about the placement of Chicago!)

 

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