Checking back in with the 2013 edition of the WWE Royal Rumble match statistics video, as the promotion always does around this time every year. It's always fun to catch up on all the latest numbers!
WWE is back with its 2013 edition of Royal Rumble by the numbers, breaking down on the major meaningless but always fun statistics from the first 26 Rumble matches.
Here's the rundown of what's shown in the video:
36 -- The total number of WWE Hall of Famers who have competed in the Royal Rumble match, who combined to headline 25 WrestleManias.
724 -- Since 1988, this many superstars have entered the Rumble and been eliminated.
39 -- The number of superstars Shawn Michaels has eliminated throughout his illustrious career, the most of anyone ever.
35 -- Kane, who is in second place, has eliminated just four less than "HBK" and has done so while appearing in 13 consecutive Rumble matches.
11 -- The most superstars ever eliminated by one man in any one Rumble, accomplished by Kane in 2001.
201,497 -- The combined weight of all the WWE superstars who have competed in the Rumble match. That's the equivalent of 457 Big Shows.
440,004 -- The number of fans who have attended Royal Rumble matches.
62:12 -- The amount of time Rey Mysterio spent in the 2006 Rumble to set the record for the longest appearance in a Rumble match.
3 -- The number indicating the most victories in a Rumble match, accomplished by Stone Cold Steve Austin in 1997, 1998 and 2001.
0:02 -- The number of seconds it took to eliminate Warlord, who held the record for shortest time in the Rumble match for a full 20 years.
0:01 -- The record after it was broken by Santino Marella, who was eliminated in the 2009 Rumble match by Kane in just one second.
1 -- The number that has produced two winners, the same as the coveted number 30 entry number.
3 -- The number of women who have competed in the match, Chyna in 1999, Beth Phoenix in 2010, and Kharma in 2012.
27 -- The entrance number in the Rumble match that has produced the most winners, with four.
58-percent -- The amount of superstars who have gone on to win a championship at WrestleMania that year since 1993.
And the video itself: