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Jack Swagger suffers 100th televised loss

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Jack Swagger's loss to The Big Show this week on Main Event is the former world champion's 100th televised loss.

It comes as no surprise given his recent losing streak since the break-up of the Real Americans and Cesaro's recent loss, there is always a partner who gets the bad side of the deal and ends up on a losing streak.

I thought WWE would make more of Cesaro's split with Swagger but it seems after their brief argument and match last week on Raw the feud is now over as Cesaro looks likely to be winning the Intercontinental Championship Number One Contenders Tournament to face Big E at Extreme Rules.

Swagger is a group of only a select few wrestlers to lose 100 televised matches along with current superstar Dolph Ziggler who is yet to join a permanent feud and has spent the last year putting other superstars over.

Other superstars close to 100 losses include Kofi Kingston, The Miz and Zac Ryder. 

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