- Karl Anderson and Luke Gallows have come up winless in all six two-on-two televised matches they're had since the beginning of August.

- The only wins Gallows and Anderson have since winning the tag team titles are in six-man tag matches.

- The Viking Raiders are undefeated in four two-on-two televised matches against Gallows & Anderson.

- Cody Rhodes vs. Sammy Guevara was the first AEW match on TNT.

- Aubrey Edwards reffed the first AEW match on TNT.

- NXT got in-ring wrestling on-screen less than one minute before All Elite Wrestling did on Wednesday night.

- None of the three championships on the line during NXT's Wednesday show changed hands.

- Io Shirai vs. Mia Yim was the second women's longest match on NXT this week, falling five seconds short of Shayna Baszler vs. Candice LeRae's 14:50. Overall, women got nearly a half-hour of in-ring time on the show.

- Street Profits vs. Undsiputed Era went 20 minutes, the longest of any match on NXT.

- No match on NXT was shorter than 7 minutes. Meanwhile, MJF beat Brandon Cutler in just under three minutes over on AEW Dynamite.

- This is the longest John Cena's been without wrestling in his WWE career.

- Friday's Smackdown was Shane McMahon's first ladder match in over 20 years, and the first he's ever had in a one-on-one capacity.

- Brock Lesnar became the first man to ever win the WWE Championship on a Friday edition of Smackdown.

- Kofi Kingston's WWE Championship reign ended at 180 days, second longest in the current WWE brand split era, and 24th longest ever.

- Of six championship matches on WWE TV this week, only the WWE Championship changed hands, excluding the 24/7 Title.

- Carmella became the first woman to told the WWE 24/7 Title twice.

- After being vacated three times in 26 months between 2013 and 2015, the WWE Championship hasn't been vacated since.

- The last person to win a WWE Championship on a Friday was Andre the Giant in 1988.

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