Sean Ross Stats For WWE Super Showdown, aka SANDS.....OF TIME

- Despite it being heavily advertised as a 50-man battle royal, the WWE Super Showdown battle royal actually featured 51 participants.

- Despite defending his 24/7 Title on the plane, R-Truth, who flew over, wasn't booked for any matches at Super Showdown.

- Jinder Mahal became a two-time 24/7 Champion, and R-Truth became a four-time champion.

- Jinder Mahal was the first person to win the 24/7 Title outside of America, and R-Truth is the first person to win any title in WWE over international waters.

- The longest match at WWE Super Showdown was Triple H vs. Randy Orton, which went 25:45

- The shortest match of the night was Lars Sullivan vs. Lucha House Party, that landed at 5:15.

- The Miz and Jinder Mahal were the only former WWE Champions in the battle royal, but former TNA Champions Samoa Joe, Robert Roode, EC3, Matt Hardy, Eric Young were also involved.

- Super Showdown marked the first time Bill Goldberg had ever lost back-to-back matches in WWE.

- The only other time Goldberg was pinned/submitted in two straight TV matches was to Bret Hart in December 1999, though neither was clean. The matches would lead to the end of Bret Hart's career, and Goldberg wouldn't wrestle for over five months.

- Shane McMahon was the first person to beat Roman Reigns in a singles match since Reigns' return to WWE.

- Kofi Kingston's win over Dolph Ziggler marked his fifth consecutive successful title defense since WrestleMania.

- Kofi Kingston is on a hot streak, having won 14 consecutive televised matches. Along the way, he's beaten former WWE, Universal, IWGP Heavyweight, NXT, World Heavyweight Champions.

- Since his gauntlet match appearance in February, Kofi Kingston's fall count in singles action is 18-3 in his favor. This includes gauntlet and chamber matches.

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