WWE Battleground 2017 compare times stats breakdown

WWE’s Battleground 2017 lasted for 3 hours 10 mins and 41 seconds (3h 10m 41s). Here is a relapse of a timing for any singular second of a show, in sequential order.

The matches are in bold. The “pre-match” segments embody video packages, entrances, ring introductions, and any written promos that start right before a compare strictly begins. The “post-match” segments embody any celebrations, replays, angles, attacks, or promos that start right after a compare is finished.

Match Times

The 7 matches sum for a sum time of 1h 50m 51s. This means that 58.1% of a uncover was clinging to bell-to-bell action. This is a 13th top commission in this difficulty out of a 62 WWE pay-per-view (PPV) events in my information set, that starts with Royal Rumble 2013.

Here is a sorted list of compare times for Battleground 2017. This also includes where any compare time ranks out of all 442 matches in my information set.

  • 27m 38s: Jinder Mahal vs. Randy Orton (20th longest out of 442 matches)
  • 21m 03s: John Cena vs. Rusev (78th)
  • 17m 46s: AJ Styles vs. Kevin Owens (113th)
  • 13m 45s: The Usos vs. New Day (188th)
  • 12m 27s: Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Baron Corbin (215th)
  • 10m 55s: Charlotte vs. Becky vs. Tamina vs. Lana vs Natalya (259th)
  • 7m 17s: Sami Zayn vs. Mike Kanellis (362nd)

Pre-match Segments

The pre-match segments sum for a sum time of 50m 31s, that is 26.5% of a show. This is a 12th top commission in this difficulty out of a 62 events in my information set.

Here is a sorted list of pre-match shred time for all 7 matches. For some context, keep in mind that a median pre-match shred time in my information set is 5m 25s and a normal time is 6m 06s.

  • 12m 46s: Jinder Mahal vs. Randy Orton
  • 10m 44s: John Cena vs. Rusev
  • 7m 59s: Charlotte vs. Becky vs. Tamina vs. Lana vs Natalya
  • 6m 21s: AJ Styles vs. Kevin Owens
  • 4m 49s: Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Baron Corbin
  • 4m 06s: The Usos vs. New Day
  • 3m 46s: Sami Zayn vs. Mike Kanellis

Four matches perceived a special diagnosis of a dedicated video package right before luminary entrances. The videos hyping Becky’s compare (1m 57s), KO’s compare (2m 01s), Cena’s compare (3m 26s), and Mahal’s compare (3m 13s) sum to take adult 10m 37s of a pre-match shred time.

Post-match Segments

The post-match segments sum for a sum time of 12m 47s, that is 6.7% of a show. This is a 57th top commission in this difficulty out of a 62 events in my information set.

Here is a sorted list of a post-match shred time for all 7 matches. For some context, keep in mind that a median post-match shred time in my information set is 1m 57s and a normal time is 2m 26s.

  • 3m 08s: Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Baron Corbin
  • 2m 19s: Jinder Mahal vs. Randy Orton
  • 1m 59s: Charlotte vs. Becky vs. Tamina vs. Lana vs Natalya
  • 1m 34s: AJ Styles vs. Kevin Owens
  • 1m 34s: The Usos vs. New Day
  • 1m 30s: John Cena vs. Rusev
  • 0m 43s: Sami Zayn vs. Mike Kanellis

Miscellaneous Segments

That leaves about 8.7% (16m 32s) of a uncover for all else. This is a 59th top commission in this difficulty out of a 62 events in my information set.

Most of these diverse segments are congested into a time after one post-match shred ends and before a subsequent pre-match shred begins. Battleground 2017 enclosed 7 opposite blocks of diverse segments. Here is how prolonged any retard lasted, in sequential order:

  • Block 1: 3m 41s (Then Now Forever; Opening video)
  • Block 2: 1m 33s (Ad for WWE Network; Styles backstage)
  • Block 3: 1m 38s (Ads for Sleight SummerSlam 2017; Owens backstage)
  • Block 4: 2m 04s (Ad for WWE Shop; Video for Plug for thesis song)
  • Block 5: 1m 44s (Backstage with Mahal; Filler commentary)
  • Block 6: 4m 54s (Hype for SummerSlam 2017; The Fashion X-Files)
  • Block 7: 0m 58s (Ad for Pure Country Pure Heart; Hype for Talking Smack)

Summary

The altogether run time for Battleground 2017 was 3h 10m 41s, and this ranks 13th top out of all 62 events in my information set.

Here is a inventory of how most sum uncover time was allocated for any compare when we supplement adult all 3 components: pre-match time, compare time, and post-match time. This list also includes where any sum time ranks among a 442 entries in my information set.

  • 42m 43s: Jinder Mahal vs. Randy Orton (20th longest out of 442 entries)
  • 33m 17s: John Cena vs. Rusev (79th)
  • 25m 41s: AJ Styles vs. Kevin Owens (141st)
  • 20m 53s: Charlotte vs. Becky vs. Tamina vs. Lana vs Natalya (207th)
  • 20m 24s: Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Baron Corbin (217th)
  • 19m 25s: The Usos vs. New Day (230th)
  • 11m 46s: Sami Zayn vs. Mike Kanellis (379th)

Now here is a demeanour during a “Match Time Percentage” for any match. For any given match, this commission shows how a compare time compares to a sum pre-match and post-match shred time. For some context, it’s good to know that a median outcome here given 2013 is 63.0%.

(Here’s an instance calculation: an entrance with a compare time of 6m 00s, pre-match time of 3m 00s, and a post-match time of 1m 00s has a measure of 60.0%, since a compare time of 6m 00s is 60% of a sum sum of 10m 00s for all 3 components.)

  • 70.8%: The Usos vs. New Day
  • 69.2%: AJ Styles vs. Kevin Owens
  • 64.7%: Jinder Mahal vs. Randy Orton
  • 63.2%: John Cena vs. Rusev
  • 61.9%: Sami Zayn vs. Mike Kanellis
  • 61.0%: Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Baron Corbin
  • 52.3%: Charlotte vs. Becky vs. Tamina vs. Lana vs Natalya

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Final Results for Battleground 2017

Match – 58.1% – 1h 50m 51s

Pre-match – 26.5% – 50m 31s

Post-match – 6.7% – 12m 47s

Miscellaneous – 8.7% – 16m 32s

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