Stats For WWE Raw 2/25/19 & Smackdown Live 2/26/19 From Sean Ross Sapp Of Fightful.com

- Monday night was Kurt Angle's first one-on-one televised win since his return to WWE.

- Prior to Monday, Angle's last pinfall/submission singles win on WWE Raw was against Ric Flair.

NXT TakeOver: In Your House 2021: NXT Women's Championship - Raquel Gonzalez vs. Ember Moon Result

- There are several members of the current WWE roster (Angle, Hardys, Triple H, Big Show, Goldust, Shane McMahon) who could end up winning WWE Raw matches in four different decades if they win matches on the show next year. Shane would have to win a Raw match this year to qualify, as he's not since 2009. The same goes for that feat on Smackdown, aside from Goldust. 

- Only one match went over ten minutes on Raw this week, being Natalya & Ronda Rousey taking on The Riott Squad.

- Prior to Monday's show that saw Finn Balor successfully defend his Intercontinental Title over Lio Rush, the two previous title defenses on Raw both resulted in title changes. 

- Dean Ambrose was the last person before Finn Balor to successfully defend the Intercontinental Title on Raw. 

- Lio Rush's title match was the shortest televised IC title match since Tyler Breeze's in December. 

- Before Tuesday, R-Truth's last successful title defense on television was when he and Kofi Kingston retained the WWE Tag Team Titles at Over The Limit 2012 against Dolph Ziggler & Jack Swagger. He had actually never successfully defended a singles title on TV before, but had several times on house shows. 

- Tuesday's Smackdown featured three wrestlers who hadn't competed on television since 2018 in Matt Hardy, Rowan and Kevin Owens. Rowan had worked the previous day's live event, however. 

Get exclusive combat sports content on Fightful Select, our premium news service! Click here to learn more.
From The Web