WWE's Longest Winning Streak Quietly Ended On Last Night's Raw

Here's who became the 1 in 49-1 on last night's episode of Raw.

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Mansoor's 49-match WWE winning streak is over.

The Saudi Arabian wrestler debuted on last night's episode of Raw, signing his contract in a backstage segment with Adam Pearce before answering Sheamus' open challenge. A four-minute bout played out before Humberto Carrillo ran down to the ring, attacking the United States Champion for laying him out earlier in the evening, meaning Mansoor lost via disqualification.

Sheamus put both wrestlers down with Brogue Kicks after the bell, standing tall to close the segment.


Thus ends what was the longest active winning streak in WWE. Mansoor's run stretched all the way back to an NXT house show on 24 August 2019, when he failed to win a battle royal. Dominik Dijakovic defeated him one-on-one the day before. Prior to Raw, his last televised loss was a singles tilt with Damian Priest held on 15 August 2019.

The 25-year-old's run went almost completely unacknowledged by WWE's broadcasters. Though it started on NXT, it also encapsulated wins on WWE's Saudi Arabian pay-per-views, the affiliated EVOLVE brand, and 205 Live and Main Event, where Mansoor had primarily been competing prior to his Raw call-up.


Now, the run is over. Pour one out.

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