Apparently, Raw really was The Kevin Owens Show in February. Based on a combination of his social media presence, WWE Universe consumption, his world title and in-ring record, Owens is the Raw Superstar of the Month. however, March is a new month.

NEW YORK, NY – AUGUST 23: Kevin Owens celebrates his victory over Cesaro at the WWE SummerSlam 2015 at Barclays Center of Brooklyn on August 23, 2015 in New York City. (Photo by JP Yim/Getty Images)

Goldberg dethroned Owens at WWE Fastlane in one of the worst and most predictable main events in history. Still, February was a highly influential month for K.O. Owens only wrestled once on WWE programming in February. He defeated Sami Zayn in just 1:15 on Raw on February 20.

Owens picked the bones in that match as Samoa Joe had already beaten Zayn down before the match began.

Despite Owens’ in-ring inactivity, Owens were very visible in promos, and he also did this to his former best friend and United States Champion Chris Jericho:

Owens, Samoa Joe and WWE Raw Women’s champion Bayley were featured in the title or thumbnail in 11 videos uploaded on the WWE’s YouTube channel. The trio were the most pushed Superstars of the month. Owens wasn’t just pushed on the Universe.

Fans were apparently ready and willing to accept the Universal champion. His videos were viewed 11.6 million times. That’s an average of more than a million views per video. Heading into a pay-per-view, it’s hard to have a better month.

Jericho has been off WWE programming since the attack, but he still had 10 YouTube features and just under 1.1 million total views. He was also 1-0 in the month on WWE programming with a successful defense of his title against Sami Zayn.

Joe is one to watch heading into WrestleMania. His 11 YouTube features only generated 770,000 total views, but if he remains in the role of Triple H’s muscle, he should continue to be a major presence.