The most sought after occasions in the international arena of professional wrestling are WWE Pay-Per-View or Premium Live Events. These occasions occur every month and serve to wrap up the plotlines that develop on RAW and SmackDown every week. Even though the WWE has an enormous pool of excellent wrestlers, each Pay-Per-View event can only accommodate a certain amount of matches. Every superstar works hard to get on the card for each monthly event as a result, but only a select few are able to do it consistently. Here are those 5 wrestler who have had the most PPV games in WWE.
John Cena made his PPV debut at Vengeance 2002 by upsetting none other than Chris Jericho. Super Cena has triumphed in 93 pay-per-view battles out of his total 164 since then, making him one of the wrestlers with the most PPV victories in WWE history. Infamous PPV moments for John Cena include his victories over The Rock at WrestleMania 29 and Edge, Shawn Michaels, and Randy Orton in the illustrious fatal four-way match at Backlash 2007.
Since a very long time ago, Triple H hasn’t competed on a pay-per-view. He may not be a full-time employee of WWE, but he is still on the list because of his contract. In 1995, Triple H made his debut on a pay-per-view at SummerSlam. Bob Holly was defeated back then by the wrestler better known as Hunter Hearst Helmsley. HHH demonstrated his potential that night, but nobody anticipated that he would go on to become one of the greatest wrestlers in the history of the organization, making contributions both in and out of the ring.
The Undertaker has been a part of WWE for a very long period, as was indicated in the first entry on the list. The storied Superstar has actually been relishing his time in the ring for close to 30 years! As a result, The Undertaker has been able to establish a strong reputation for himself within the organization and participate in no less than 174 pay-per-view matches. Undertaker has performed in the third-most PPV matches, just one match behind his on-screen brother Kane, demonstrating that he is in fact the most valued Superstar the organization has ever had.
Kane, a member of the WWE Hall of Fame, had a long, distinguished career in professional wrestling. The Big Red Machine unexpectedly made his appearance at the 2021 Royal Rumble fight, which was his first WWE bout since 2018, and his 176th PPV appearance. One of the most recognisable figures in the history of professional wrestling, Kane is a true legend.
Next on the list of the greatest WWE wrestlers is “The Viper” Randy Orton, who has so far made 181 PPV appearances. At SummerSlam 2003, Randy Orton competed in his first-ever pay-per-view event, an Elimination Chamber match against Shawn Michaels, Chris Jericho, Goldberg, Kevin Nash, and Triple H, who ultimately prevailed. Even after 18 years, Randy still maintains excellent physical condition. His last two PPV performances, however, were disappointing but we expect many more exciting matches in the future.
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