WWE: Superstars' 2010-2011 Pay-Per-View Records, Part 3

Joe M.Correspondent IMay 19, 2011

WWE: Superstars' 2010-2011 Pay-Per-View Records, Part 3

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    This will be the final installment of my Superstar's pay-per-view records series, you can read Part One and Part Two by following those links.

    I've already recorded mostly all of the main eventers in WWE, but in this slideshow, we have Alberto Del Rio, Dolph Ziggler and others.

    The numbers can be surprising and unexpected, so read through and be sure to leave a comment below with your thoughts.

Drew McIntyre

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    Drew McIntyre spent the majority of the last year losing.  He was brought into WWE, received a nice push but quickly was moved back down to the mid card when he failed to garner any legitimate crowd reaction.

Daniel Bryan

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    For someone who was fired last year, Daniel Bryan has a pretty nice record.  He was not only brought back by WWE, but won a good number of matches.  Given, they were in the mid card, but he still won them.

Dolph Ziggler

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    Dolph Ziggler has a somewhat balanced record.  WWE has toyed with the idea of pushing Ziggler, and even had him face Edge for the World Heavyweight Championship at the Royal Rumble in what turned out to be a very good match.  He is currently on Raw, and well, isn't up to much at all.

Evan Bourne

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    Evan Bourne is over with the crowd, can preform in the ring but only wrestled in three pay-per-view matches in the last year.  The one match he won was against Chris Jericho at Fatal Four Way.


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    R-Truth was only in six televised pay-per-view matches within the last year, however he has been put in numerous dark matches (which I did not count).  He's currently receiving what could turn out to be a huge push on Raw and will be facing Rey Mysterio at Over the Limit this Sunday.

Alberto Del Rio

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    Alberto Del Rio debuted in late 2010, and needless to say, was pushed to the moon by WWE.  You may not know that from his record, though, as it is, in fact, a losing one.  It gets better, though, when you realize one of those three wins was the Royal Rumble.