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- Lana hasn't wrestled a match since WrestleMania. Her last singles match on television was in September 2018.

- Bobby Lashley and Kevin Owens faced off on TV in back-to-back nights and both matches ended up in DQ finishes.

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- Drew McIntyre and Akira Tozawa had their first televised match against one another on Raw, but actually had their first match overall at a live event a couple of weeks ago.

- Eric Young has worked matches on WWE cable TV shows in consecutive months for the first time since Summer 2018.

- Eric Young's last televised win was against Kofi Kingston in July 2018.

- Shayna Baszler has won a match on NXT TV in three consecutive months. Baszler has won fourteen consecutive televised one on one matches as well.

- Kassius Ohno wrestled on NXT TV for the first time since April, after wrestling for the last several months on the NXT UK brand.

- John Cena has wrestled more in the past year than Brock Lesnar. Cena has wrestled 13 matches (3 on TV) in that time. Lesnar has wrestled 8 matches in that time, all on TV.

- Cena also hasn't wrestled a match since January, which is the longest he's been in his pro wrestling career without a match.

- This is the first Alexa Bliss vs. Mandy Rose singles match since April 2016 at WrestleMania Axxess. Alexa Bliss won that as well.

- After having zero one-on-one matches against each other on WWE TV going into October 2018, Roman Reigns and Dolph Ziggler have had four since then.

- WWE Smackdown had four matches, but six falls if you include the elimination tag team match.

- WWE TLC will be The Revival and New Day's fifth two-on-two match against each other since August. They've faced each other every month since.

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