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- Liv Morgan defeated Lana in back to back weeks, using the same two moves to finish the match off.

- Drew McIntyre remains unbeaten on WWE TV this year

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- Ruby Riott returned to WWE TV this week. She had not appeared on WWE TV since April 2019, and hasn't wrestled on WWE Raw since April 15, 2019.

- Aleister Black is 18-0 in televised one on one matches on "main roster" PPV, Raw & Smackdown. He's not been pinned in a singles match in over a year.

- Angel Garza has now appeared on WWE Raw, 205 Live, NXT, Impact Wrestling TV.

- The Kabuki Warriors are now the longest reigning WWE Women's Tag Team Champions in the title's current iteration.

- The old WWF Women's Tag Team Titles had several reigns longer, but Asuka and Kairi Sane already have as many documented title defenses as any of them.

- Asuka has the longest reigns for the NXT Women's Title and the WWE Women's Tag Team Titles.

- Elias wrestled only his third match of the year on Friday. It was his first one-on-one match of the year.

- The Broserweight combo of Matt Riddle & Pete Dunne have won 7 straight matches when teaming together, dating back to December.

- Heath Slater was on WWE TV for the first time in months on Friday. This is Heath Slater's first match since the Crown Jewel battle royal. He hadn't had a match on Raw or Smackdown since 2018.

- Jon Moxley is 4-0 in AEW on TV in 2020. He's 12-0 in singles matches in his AEW career.

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