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Wrestling By The Numbers: Brian Kendrick‏



Wrestling By The Numbers: Brian Kendrick

TNA Wrestling has parted ways with former 1-Time TNA X Division Champion Brian Kendrick. The 32-year-old Fairfax Virginia native had spent 3-years with the organization over 2-stints. He first worked for TNA in 2004 and his most recent run started in 2010. Kendrick’s release wasn’t overly surprising as he had been inactive with the company for the past 3-months. He originally made his debut in professional wrestling back in 1999 after having been trained at the Shawn Michaels Wrestling Academy and by William Regal. Over his 13-year career he has wrestled for numerous promotions.

He had 3-stints with World Wrestling Entertainment first being under contract for a short time in the year 2000, he was then brought back to the company from 2002-2004 and then again from 2005-2008. While competing in the WWE became one half of the WWE Tag-Team Champions with Paul London. He has also competed regularly in Ring Of Honor, New Japan Pro Wrestling, Pro-Wrestling Zero-One and various other independent organizations.

Below we look at the professional wrestling career of Brian Kendrick by the numbers…

World Wrestling Entertainment:

* 12 Matches on WWE Pay-Per-View.

* 1 Main Event Match on WWE Pay-Per-View.

* 35 Matches on WWE Raw Supershow.

* 1 Main Event Match on WWE Raw Supershow.

* 83 Matches on WWE Smackdown Supershow.

* 7 Main Event Matches on WWE Smackdown Supershow.

* 2 Matches on WWE Superstars.

* 14 Matches on WWE Heat.

* 7 Main Event Matches on WWE Heat.

* 1 Match on WWE ECW On Syfy.

TNA Wrestling:

* 14 Matches on TNA Pay-Per-View.

* 25 Matches on TNA Impact Wrestling.

Ring Of Honor Wrestling:

* 25 Matches on ROH Home Video Releases.

* 3 Main Event Matches on ROH Home Video Releases.


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