Last week I posted a slideshow featuring the pay-per-view records of various WWE Superstars.
The records were tallyed from Over the Limit 2010 through Extreme Rules 2011, anything before Over the Limit 2010 was not included, as this is only from the past year.
In Part Two, we'll take a look at five other Superstars' records, including The Undertaker, Sheamus, and Wade Barrett.
As always, read through and post a comment below with your thoughts.
Kofi Kingston seems to be stuck in the mid-card, but still finds his way onto mostly every pay-per-view card. His record, though, isn't that awesome, only winning six out of 12 matches.
The All American-American faded into oblivion-obvilion after his push to the main event, which included a World Heavyweight Championship reign, failed. Its worth noting that I did not count it towards his record if he was only in someone's corner (I'm talking to you, Cole, you pale, orange singlet wearing little hobbit).
Wade Barrett exploded onto the main event scene in 2010, spending most of his time feuding with John Cena. His record, though, isn't all that hot, only winning two matches.
Sheamus also had a breakout 2010, and like Barrett, also only won two of his matches. Maybe being on Smackdown will pump new life into Sheamus' slump.
The Undertaker is in semi-retirement mode, only competeing in four matches. His only win came at WrestleMania 27, when he defeated Triple H in what will go down as one of the best matches ever. His losses came from Kane, who he feuded with throughout late 2010 for the World Heavyweight Championship