The very first TNA Slammiversary match saw Shark Boy defeat the likes of Amazing Red, Delirious, Elix Skipper, Jerrelle Clark and Zach Gowen in an X-Division six way match.
Five of TNA Slammiversary’s main events saw either the TNA World Title or the TNA KOTM Title being defended in a King Of The Mountain match. Only one of these five championship reigns did not end in this match-up.
Sting and Jeff Jarrett have competed in the most number of Slammiversary main events. They have competed in 4 of them in total (each).
James Storm has competed at the most Slammiversary PPVs of all time. He has competed at 10 of them.
AJ Styles has competed at the most consecutive Slammiversary PPVs. He competed at 9 of them in a row.
Only 4 wrestlers have competed in two matches at the same Slammiversary PPV. They are Awesome Kong, Austin Aries, Lashley and Devon. 5 if you count Abyss and Joseph Park as one person.
Kurt Angle has the best win-loss record at Slammiversary, having won 7 of his seven matches. That’s right, his record is a perfect 7-0.
Kazarian on the other hand has the worst win-loss record at Slammiversary. Kaz hasn’t won any of his matches at the event, having a record of 0-5. That’s got to suck.
Sting has competed in the most world heavyweight championship matches at Slammiversary. Sting has either competed or defended the title a record 5 times.
The TNA Tag Team Championships have a 4-4 record at Slammiversary. This means that the tag team championships have been lost and successfully defended an equal number of times at Slammiversary.
The TNA Wold Heavyweight Championship on the other hand has a 5-5 record at Slammiversary. So the world title has been lost and successfully defended 5 times respectively at the PPV.
The X-Division Championship has an 8-1 record at Slammiversary. The Championship has been defended successfully eight times at Slammiversary and has only changed hands once.
And the TNA Knockouts Championship has a record of 3-1.
The shortest Slammiversary match of all time saw Devon defend his TNA Television Championship against Joseph Park. The match lasted a mere 32 seconds.
The longest Slammiversary match of all time saw Christian Cage put his (NWA) TNA World Championship on the line against Jeff Jarrett, Abyss, Ron Killings and Sting in a King Of The Mountain match. The bout lasted 23 minutes.
James Storm has tagged with 5 different partners at Slammiversary (with Chris Harris, Bobby Roode, Ron Killings, Alex Shelley and Gunner) and has held/won the tag team championships with four of them. The most ever.
This year Abyss will have competed in/for every TNA male championship at the Slammiversary pay-per-view. He has competed for the TNA world title, has defended the TNA X-Division championship, has won the TNA Television Championship (known today as the King Of The Mountain Championship) and this year will be defending the TNA Tag Team Championship. No other wrestler has done this in TNA.
No TNA World Heavyweight Champion has ever walked into two consecutive Slammiversary PPVs as champion. So far every TNA world champion that has defended their championship at the event has been a unique one. This will continue with this year’s Slammiversary as well.
The biggest TNA Slammiversary Pay-Per-View off all time is the 2012 one. The event took place in front of ~5500 people in Arlington, Texas.
That’s unfortunately all the facts and stats I could get for the Pay-Per-View (or rather that’s the only ones I cared about researching). Do you have some other facts & stats I didn’t note above and you feel it should be? Let me know in the comment section down below.