9 Strange But True WWE Facts Even The Fans Might Not Know

9 Strange But True WWE Facts Even The Fans Might Not Know
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Let us have a quick squiz at the interesting and useful information of the WWE. From the win-loss records to the competitive rivalries, here I've compiled some facts about the WWE

The facts include the anomalies, one in a blue moon occurrences and the unnoticed trends in the history of WWE. 

Have a look at them! 

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1. In the WrestleMania IV, the fight between Roberts and Rude was the first and only match in the history of WrestleMania to end in a time limit draw. 

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2. Brock Lesnar was the youngest and the second fastest Superstar to win the WWE Title ever. 

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3. John Cena, the 12-time World Championship title holder was a rapper. 

3. John Cena, the 12-time World Championship title holder was a rapper. 
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4. The Undertaker was the first superstar to win the 'World Heavyweight' title in a Hell in a Cell match. 

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5. Simon Cowell, a television personality is a man behind the WWE Album.  

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6. The grandest record in the history of WrestleMania, when 93,173 spectators gathered in Michigan for the third edition of The Showcase Of The Immortals. 

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7. In the Royal Rumble Match, Batisuta outlasted John Cena and claimed victory in less than 11 minutes. 

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8. The WWE Shield displays three lions and the inscription "Sic nos sic sacra tuemur" which means "Thus we guard our Sacred rights."  

8. The WWE Shield displays three lions and the inscription
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9. Melina and Beth Phoenix are the only champions to conquer Madison Square Garden. 

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