We have seen thousands of WWE Superstars come and go in the ring. Some of them have found their way to the main event, while some only got a push to the middle. The win and loss percentage aren’t really important in WWE because several main event stars have lost a huge amount of matches but the list will always be intriguing. Let’s take a look at the 7 WWE Superstars with the most losses in their careers.
WWE Superstars with the most losses in their careers
7. Cody Rhodes – 883 Losses
Cody Rhodes shocked the world by making his return to WWE because he was the Executive Vice President of AEW at that time. Although he’s currently out of action because of a serious concussion he suffered against Seth Rollins. The American nightmare has been rebranded several times in WWE and he was mostly a mid-card superstar. But since his return, things have been totally different.
6. The Big Show – 910 Losses
The World’s Largest Athlete has given some disappointing performances in the business, whether it’s interrupting a brawl or just walking away in a legal match. The Big Show is among the most decorated stars in the history of WWE but “the bigger they are, the harder they fall.”
5. Randy Orton – 1017 Losses
Randy Orton has been simply the most notorious heel in the history of the company. His gimmicks showed him as a really dangerous and selfish threat to other superstars. And because he was a heel, he had to be defeated on a decent number of occasions, especially at PPVs.
4. Dolph Ziggler – 1104 Losses
The ‘Show-off’ is one of the most high-performing superstars in the business but he has been a heel for most of his career. He was always ready to put a babyface over him and even after being a heel, the WWE universe always loved him. He made his debut as a part of “Spirit Squad” and currently, he’s the only member of the stable who’s still in WWE.
3. The Brooklyn Brawler – 1169 Losses
An unexpected name on the list? Brooklyn Brawler was a jobber who was usually used for talent enhancement in the late ’80s. He lost against almost all the stars on the roster at that time. The Brooklyn Brawler Steve Lombardi tops the list of talent enhancement jobbers in the company.
2. The Miz – 1182 Losses
The A-lister has been the main source of entertainment for WWE for a long time. The Miz has never backed down from putting other stars over. The A-lister has held the title eight times and also holds the record for the second-longest combined days with the title. His feud with John Cena and The Rock will always be remembered.
1. Kane – 1221 Losses
After making a failed debut as Dr. Isaac Yankem and Fake Diesal, Kane got the gimmick of the Big Red Machine and the rest is history. The Undertaker’s reel-life brother gave a lot of iconic matches to the company and the WWE universe. He has also competed in the highest number of matches for WWE, which are 2807.