Here Are The Total Win And Loss Stats For Every WWE Wrestler In 2017

The Wrestling Observer compiled the complete win and loss stats for every wrestler under the WWE umbrella. This includes NXT and 205 Live. Every match from every live event, television taping, and Pay-Per-View was tabulated. There was a lot of wrestling last year. Some talent worked over 150 times while others worked less than 10. The numbers vary wildly due to injury, storylines, use on television and live events, and wrestlers leaving the company for one reason or another.

A lot of the names on this list will be unfamiliar to most fans as they are NXT talent that hasn’t debuted on television yet. So we’ll focus on the main roster and NXT stars who have been on tv for a while.

Here are the highlights.

  • Asuka has the highest win percentage at 100%, winning 94 times with 2 no-contests Her undefeated streak is real!
  • The ultimate loser is Curt Hawkins, who won zero matches and lost 120 times.
  • Jinder Mahal wrestled the most matches (184) and also had the 4th most losses (124) the most of any male wrestler. He won 60 times with one no contest.
  • Charlotte Flair wrestled the most of any woman (173) with 94 wins, 78 losses and 1 no contest
  • Natalya lost most of all wrestlers (131). She won 29 times with one no contest.
  • Dean Ambrose had the most wins (144) about 86% of the 169 matches he worked.
  • However, the highest win percentage among men was Aleister Black who won 91.6% (87) of his matches with only 8 losses.
  • UK Championship contender Wolfgang had the only .500 average, winning 10 and losing 10 matches.
  • Besides Hawkins, Bo Dallas had the most losses main roster win percentage (.041) winning only 4 matches of the 99 he worked.
  • Jinder Mahal as the “Iron Man” joins an elite class of wrestlers to have worked the most matches in any given year. 2016’s winner was Dean Ambrose (206). In the last decade, the wrestler with the most bouts in one year was Daniel Bryan who wrestled 232 times in 2013.

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