This is the heart of our website, our spreadsheets catalogue aspects of pro wrestling like no other. Here you will find carefully curated spreadsheets detailing the numbers behind in-ring statistics and wins and losses across the world of wrestling.
Our site runs on the idea of providing Unique Wrestling Statistics, the best example of this is our In-ring Statistics. Via a honed and practiced short-hand method we collect and collate statistics from wrestling matches. In this section you will find a selection of spreadsheets detailing deep dives into wrestling tournaments or calendar years.
Click the images below to go to Dynamic Spreadsheets:
Styles Make Fights
Styles Make Fights was created by the brilliant Sergei Alderman on top of our AEW In-ring Statistics. It takes our in-ring numbers and runs them through the SMF Dashboard which compares and contrasts wrestlers strengths and weaknesses using percentiles. The SMF Dashboard is fully explained here.
Click below for the link to the interactive SMF Dashboard:
AEW Metrics is brought to you by the ingenious Brian Macdonald and focusses on AEW's commitment to make Wins and Losses Matter. Below you will find Brian's meticulously designed and maintained spreadsheets tracking yearly Wins and Losses. AEW Metrics also includes a metric system that sees wrestlers earn points based on wins, ranking spots and title reigns.
The launch of AEW brought a new spotlight down on the importance of 'Wins and Losses' in wrestling. Japanese companies had continued to use these to book their stories and title challenges, despite the market leader's clear disregard of that pseudo-sporting logic. Stardom is one of those companies and they continue to do so now. Check out Dan's Stardom Wins and Losses stats for 2022.
Wins & Losses Matter
Wins & Losses Matter is a new project also created by our own Sergei Alderman. It is three spreadsheets (one for each division) dividing All-Elite competitors into tiers (S, A, B, C & E) based on their wins, losses, and strength of schedule. There is a tab that allows users to look at how the competitors rank based on this given the date and other parameters chosen by the user, and another that lets the user see a bar chart visualizing a chosen competitor's strength of schedule in terms of their wins, losses & draws against the different tiers,
Click below for the link to the interactive W&LM spreadsheets :