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Wrestling By The Numbers: Randy Savage

With the recent death of wrestling legend Randy “The Macho Man Randy Savage” Poffo at age 58, we look back at his 31-year wrestling career that started back in 1973.

During illustrious career he competed throughout the wrestling world starting in the 1970’s in Georgia and Florida. He then competed for his father Angelo Poffo’s International Championship Wrestling before moving on to the AWA memphis based promotion. He then was with the WWE from 1985-1994, WCW from 1994-1999 and had a brief stint with TNA Wrestling in 2004.

Below we look at the career of Randy Savage by the numbers…

World Wrestling Entertainment:

29 Matches on WWE Pay-Per-View

10 Main Event Matches on WWE Pay-Per-View

3 Events As Commentator on WWE Pay-Per-View

1 Event As Interviewer on WWE Pay-Per-View

18 Matches on WWE Saturday Night Main Event (2nd Most Matches)

1 Main Event Match on WWE Saturday Night Main Event

48 Matches on WWE Prime Time

13 Main Event Matches on WWE Prime Time

3 Matches on WWE The Main Event (2nd Most Matches)

24 Matches on WWE Superstars

6 Main Event Matches on WWE Superstars

6 Matches on WWE Raw

1 Main Event Match on WWE Raw

World Championship Wrestling:

38 Matches on WCW Pay-Per-View (15th Most Matches)

16 Main Event Matches on WCW Pay-Per-View (6th Most Main Events)

3 Matches Managed on WCW Pay-Per-View

4 Matches on WCW Clash Of The Champions

3 Main Event Matches on WCW Clash Of The Champions

66 Matches on WCW Nitro

32 Main Event Matches on WCW Nitro (9th Most Main Events)

12 Matches on WCW Thunder

9 Main Event Matches on WCW Thunder

TNA Wrestling:

1 Match on TNA Pay-Per-View

Not recorded in the numbers above include apperances on WWE Wrestling Challenge, WWE American Wrestling, WWE Tuesday Night Titans, WWE Wrestling Challenge, WWE March To Wrestlemania, WCW Saturday Night, WCW Worldwide and numerous other shows early in his career.


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One Response

  1. xyu says:

    My childhood hero *tears*

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