2011 WWE/TNA TV (Raw/SD/Impact), PPV Stats

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    2011 TV Bell-to-Bell action

    Average Amount of Wrestling Per Show

    WWE Smackdown - 35:37 in-ring per show
    WWE Raw - 32:26 in-ring per show
    TNA Impact - 26:21 in-ring per show (WRESTLING MATTERS)


    2011 Average Match Length

    WWE Smackdown - 6:24 per match
    WWE Raw - 5:55 per match
    TNA Impact - 5:24 per match (WRESTLING MATTERS)


    TV Wrestling By The Numbers

    28:05 - longest TNA Impact match (5/12 - Battle Royal)
    18:21 - longest non-BR TNA Impact match (12/22 - Hardy/Sting-Roode/Ray)

    23:33 - longest WWE Smackdown match (7/22 - Orton-Kane Street Fight; 11/4 - Orton-Rhodes Street Fight)

    19:58 - longest WWE Raw match (6/20 - Cena/Orton/Riley-Miz/Truth/Christian elimination match)

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    Individual Stats

    2011 Most WWE TV Main Events

    Randy Orton - 35
    John Cena - 27
    Christian - 22
    Alberto Del Rio - 19
    R-Truth - 19
    C.M. Punk - 18
    Sheamus - 18
    Mark Henry - 17
    Bryan/Ziggler/Miz/Kidd - 16


    2011 Most TNA Impact Main Events

    Mr. Anderson - 17
    Sting - 15
    Kurt Angle - 14
    Rob Van Dam - 13
    Robert Roode - 13
    Bully Ray - 11
    Jeff Hardy - 10
    Gunner - 10

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    Monthly Match Action Per Show

    WWE Raw Bell-to-Bell Times

    January - 38:53 per show
    February - 28:56 per show
    March - 21:10 per show (WrestleMania build-up)
    April - 35:19 per show
    May - 27:36 per show
    *June - 40:03 per show*
    July - 33:03 per show
    Aug. - 33:19 per show
    Sept. - 30:22 per show
    Oct. - 36:17 per show
    Nov. - 36:10 per show
    Dec. - 30:17 per show
    2011 Avg. - 32:26 per show


    TNA Impact Wrestling Bell-to-Bell Times

    January - 22:15 per show
    February - 24:55 per show
    March - 19:14 per show
    April - 26:09 per show
    May - 25:57 per show (18:55 removing battle royal on May 12)
    June - 27:13 per show
    July - 29:07 per show
    Aug. - 26:59 per show
    Sept. - 28:08 per show
    Oct. - 21:30 per show
    *Nov. - 31:08 per show*
    *Dec. - 33:10 per show*
    2011 Avg. - 26:21 per show


    WWE Smackdown Bell-to-Bell Times

    *January - 41:14 per show*
    February - 34:09 per show
    March - 25:57 per show
    April - 29:56 per show
    May - 38:03 per show
    June - 39:09 per show
    July - 38:13 per show
    Aug. - 37:09 per show
    Sept. - 31:35 per show
    Oct. - 37:09 per show
    *Nov. - 39:46 per show*
    Dec. - 35:24 per show
    2011 Avg. - 35:37 per show


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    2011 PPV Bell-to-Bell action

    Average Amount of Wrestling Per PPV

    WWE PPVs - 93:41 in-ring per PPV
    TNA PPVs - 97:32 in-ring per PPV

    Average Match Length Per PPV

    WWE PPVs - 14:22 per match
    TNA PPVs - 11:31 per match

    Bell to Bell By The Numbers

    69:49 - Royal Rumble length (longest WWE PPV match of 2011)

    33:34 - Punk-Cena at MITB (longest non-Rumble WWE PPV match of 2011)

    30:00 - Roode-Styles Iron Man Match at Final Resolution (longest TNA PPV match of 2011)

    28:28 - Styles-Daniels at Destination X (longest non-Iron Man match on TNA PPV in 2011)

    1:28 - Sting-Hardy at Victory Road (shortest WWE/TNA PPV main event of 2011)

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    Most WWE PPV Main Events

    John Cena - 11 (out of 13)
    C.M. Punk - 7
    The Miz - 5
    Del Rio - 5
    R-Truth - 4

    Most TNA PPV Main Events

    Sting - 4
    Robert Roode - 4
    Kurt Angle - 4
    Jeff Hardy - 3
    A.J. Styles - 3
    Mr. Anderson - 3

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    TNA's slogan is "Wrestling Matters"? Inside dig at WWE but WWE have more wrestling on every show practically? SmackDown has impressive stats there.
     
  2. Wow, WWE fans complain at the lack of wrestling, but there's actually quite a lot there compared with TNA, who marketed their whole campaign by a cheap-shot at WWE saying "Wrestling Matters".
     
  3. Don't the WWE shows last more?
     
  4. I like TNA backstage scenes, so that's no problem for me.
    I have to say quality matters, TNA = quality, therefore TNA/wrestling matters.
     
  5. TNA used to be better a couple of years go when they also had the 6-sided ring and the x-division.

    Correct me if I'm wrong.
     
  6. You're not wrong, it's your opinion but I do disagree. I prefer the 4-sided ring. X-division was good though.
     
  7. Nope. Don't think so.

    I'd say WWE puts on more regular quality matches over TNA, maybe you're referring to the gimmicks/story-lines. But WWE has had some epic matches this year in terms of wrestling quality. Best year for a while.

    Agreed, I much prefer the square rings.
     
  8. Think they're on the same time Tzesi.
     
  9. I think the wrestlers had a problem with bumping this six sided ring. The mat was apparently harder. The x division was great in the past but it seems to be being rebuilt slowly with a double leading the way. Just hope they'd use alex Shelley more.
     
  10. What is this x-division?
     
  11. X division is like a high flying division they recently put in a weight limit but before it didn't have one. It was responsible for some great matches including aj styles, samoa joe, daniels,alex Shelley and chris sabin. There were others but you get the idea. Now its got austin aries as champion with kid kash , brian kendrick and others. Its basically just some awesome wrestling.
     
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  13. So basically like the cruiser-weight division lol. Sounds good though, I enjoy high-flying wrestling.
     
  14. Big fan of Kendrick.
     
  15. Me too his sliced bread #2 is really impressive imo. Even though it's a pretty common indie / tna move he seems to hit it crisper then most people.
     
  16. No... until this year, there was no weight limit but they kinda messed up with the whole Abyss thing.

    The wrestling is better on the Impact weekly shows so yes, Wrestling Matters there.
     
  17. I disagree. Most match of the week candidates are usually from WWE in my opinion. TNA sometimes get the nod.
     
  18. It's all preference. I would rather watch AJ Styles and Daniels wrestle for 2 hours every week than anything on the WWE programming.

    All the wrestling in WWE on the weekly shows are watered down garbage, even Danielsons moveset got watered down when he joined.
     
  19. I agree with the idea you have here however is it just me or have the recent matches between AJ and Daniels stepped down in quality a fair bit? I mean they had one at Destination X that lacked the spark of their earlier work for me.
     

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