Which WWE stars fought the most in the first half of 2022?



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Which WWE stars fought the most in the first half of 2022?

We have just passed the middle of the year 2022 and therefore we can already take stock of the matches that have marked the weekly shows of the Stamford company. With WWE Superstars fighting multiple matches per week between Raw, SmackDown, NXT and WWE Live Events, as the dividing barriers have now also been dropped a bit, it's obviously difficult, but not impossible, to keep the count of the matches made and how many matches each wrestler has done.

But who are the wrestlers who have fought the most matches in WWE this 2022 so far?

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The Wrestle Ops Twitter profile posted the following on the top 5: Number one is Jimmy Uso with 77 matches followed immediately after by his twin brother Jey Uso with 75 matches.

The two of course have always been in the spotlight since Bloodline was born and have partnered with cousin Roman Reigns, WWE's top wrestler. In third place we find Seth Freakin 'Rollins with 72 matches, another WWE top wrestler who despite numerous defeats, especially in premium live events, is always one of those wrestlers who never disappoint with his performances and that WWE loves to put on display.

In fourth place, we find Riddle with 68 matches. The Bro is still one of the most beloved Superstars in the WWE Universe and his path alongside Randy Orton has really taken him to the top. Certainly, his move from NXT to the main roster was one of the most successful in the history of the company and it is good that he continues on this path.

While in fifth place we find the first woman of this ranking, the current SmackDown champion Liv Morgan, who boasts 65 matches, confirming a beautiful construction before her success at Money In The Bank. SummerSlam will be the next WWE PPV.

Speaking to BT Sport's Ariel Helwani, Becky Lynch stated that she received the call from WWE to return just a few days before The Biggest Party of the Summer. "I was ready to come back. So I only got the call the Monday before I came back.

So it was on a Saturday, yeah. So they called me on Monday and said, 'We may need you. A situation has come up where somebody is out of the match and we may need you to do this or we may need you to do something else.' And I go, 'Okay, so you need me either way, you just don't know which way.' "