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- The Kabuki Warriors extended their already-long stretching reign as WWE Women's Tag Team Champions, the longest in the iteration's history.

- Asuka and Kairi Sane haven't defended those titles on TV since mid-December, but did defend them at a February 29 live event.

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- Nick Aldis passed Jack Brisco, Orville Brown and Blue Demon Jr. on the list of longest-reigning NWA Worlds Heavyweight Champions, which gives him the 8th longest reign of all-time at over 505 days. Next on the list would be Ric Flair at 793 days.

- Aldis' reign is the longest of the millennium and the longest of the last 20 years, since Dan Severn's 1,479 days.

- Street Profits had their fourth match with Buddy Murphy and Seth Rollins in twelve days.

- Bea Priestley wrestled on AEW television for the first time since December 12, and the first time on Dynamite since November.

- Bayley, Sasha Banks, Alexa Bliss and Nikki Cross all effectively competed in the first "empty arena" crowd match for WWE since Mankind vs. the Rock in the 1990s.

- Wednesday for NXT and Friday for Smackdown served as the first shows for each at the WWE Performance Center. The venue has hosted Halftime Heat in the past.

- There were four straight tag team matches on AEW Dynamite, and only one singles match on the entire show.

- 22 wrestlers competed across five matches on AEW Dynamite.

- Four of the five matches on NXT were either title matches or qualifying matches.

- Tegan Nox vs. Deonna Purrazzo was the shortest match of the Wednesday Night Wars, going less than 2:30.

- Jeff Hardy competed in his first wrestling match since April 20 on Smackdown. His last one-on-one match was almost a full year ago, on March 16, 2019. His last one-on-one match on TV was February 2019.

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