- Ruby Riott still hasn't won a single match since her return, which leaves her at 0-8 since coming back ahead of WWE Elimination Chamber in March. Riott hasn't won a televised match since April 2019.

- Charlotte Flair has beaten Liv Morgan, Ruby Riott, Mia Yim, Kayden Carter and successfully defended her title against Io Shirai since WrestleMania.

- Rob Gronkowski has become the longest reigning WWE 24/7 Champion of all-time, and hasn't appeared for WWE since winning the title at WrestleMania.

- In his last nine falls, Bobby Lashley hasn't been pinned or submitted. He's only lost via DQ.

- MJF still hasn't lost any one-on-one matches on AEW programming.

- Karrion Kross moved to 2-0 in his WWE career.

- On this week's episode of AEW Dynamite, Matt Hardy picked up his first televised singles win in over two years, since winning the Andre The Giant Memorial Battle Royal in 2018.

- Sammy Guevara is 4-0 in one-on-one matches on AEW Dark, but is 3-9 in one-on-one Dynamite or PPV matches.

- Sammy Guevara has appeared on televised programs for AAA, MLW, IMPACT/GFW, Lucha Underground and AEW in the last four years.

- Bayley competed in a one-on-one match on Smackdown for the first time since February. She'd competed in four tag team matches on Smackdown during that time.

- Hana Kimura was the only woman to compete at last year's sold out NJPW/ROH G1 Supercard in Madison Square Garden, and at NJPW Wrestle Kingdom in the Tokyo Dome this year.

- Since leaving WWE, Cryme Tyme had competed against teams including Marty Scurll & Joe Hendry, The Headbangers, LAX (Hernandez & Homicide), The Hart Foundation (Teddy Hart & Harry Smith), The War Kings (Jax Dane & Crimson).

- Shad Gaspard's last WWE contracted match was a win over Roman Reigns in FCW.

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