-This is the first time John Cena has went six months without a match since his WWE career started.

- Monday night was the ninth match in two months featuring members of The Usos and The Revival.

- This week was technically Pat Patterson's last WWE match since 2000. His last one? Him defending the WWF Hardcore title against Gerald Brisco in an Evening Gown match, only to be beaten by Crash Holly.

- Pat Patterson is the oldest person to ever hold a WWE title, at 78.

- Pat Patterson is the first openly gay WWE 24/7 Champion.

- No match on WWE Raw went over eight minutes. Braun Strowman's squash lasted only 41 seconds.

- Pat Patterson has competed for championships in WWE in five consecutive decades.

- R-Truth is the first ever 10-time WWE 24/7 Champion.

- Kelly Kelly became the first woman to hold the WWE 24/7 Championship. Candice Michelle and Alundra Blaze would later hold the title.

- Across his last five "matches," Pat Patterson has competed for the 24/7, Hardcore and WWF Tag Team Championships.

- Alundra Blaze won her first championship in WWE since 1995.

- Alundra Blaze held titles in WWE and WCW across three different decades that were first won by male competitors.

- Ember Moon pinned Charlotte Flair in only 45 seconds on Smackdown this week.

- Three matches on Raw and Smackdown went to non-finishes, while another never got started. In total, six matches had some sort of interference or distraction finish.

- The Miz hasn't wrestled since July 8, and hasn't wrestled on a house show since May.

- In winning the WWE 24/7 Title, Madusa has held championships originally held by men across the 90s, 2000s and 2010s

- Ted Dibiase's first championship in WWE since June 1993 happened on WWE Raw. This is the longest gap in WWE history. Madusa's was the second longest, while Patterson and Brisco were fourth and fifth.

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