We recently talked about the WWE Superstars with the most wins in their career. The list included the names of John Cena, The Undertaker, Bret “The Hitman” Hart, The Big Show, and more. And again get your guesses ready as we go through the list of WWE superstars with the most PPV appearances.
7 WWE Superstars with the most pay-per-view matches
7. Edge (142 matches)
Edge was among the pioneers of the attitude Era. And his notorious behaviour was the reason why fans always had a love-hate relationship with him. Edge has defeated several huge WWE Superstars such as John Cena, Triple H, and Big show on different occasions. But his tag team with Christian was on the next level.
6. Chris Jericho (144 matches)
The Walls of Jericho is undoubtedly among the best submission moves in modern-day wrestling and Chris Jericho has decided the fate of several matches with his intelligence, moves and obviously, the Walls of Jericho. For most of this WWE career, Jericho was a heel character. He’s currently a part of All Elite Wrestling.
5. John Cena (163 matches)
Arguably John Cena is among the biggest WWE Superstars in history. Cena never turned heel and he is really loved by almost all the people who watch WWE. Since making his professional debut in 2002, John Cena performed various gimmicks but not a single one ever failed. According to a few reports, it’s said that the “Doctor of Thuganomics” can make a possible comeback at WrestleMania 39.
4. Triple H (173 wins)
During his time at WWE as a superstar, “the king of kings” evolved a notorious gimmick around him. And when he was with Shawn Michaels in the DX, their energy was unmatched. Triple H is currently serving the company as the Chief Creative Director and his relationship with other superstars is surely benefiting the business a lot.
3. The Undertaker (174 wins)
“The Deadman” has always ruled the ring as well as WrestleMania. His streak at the biggest stage looked unbreakable several times until it was broken by “the Beast Incarnate”. But the Undertaker’s excellence is unmatched in WWE. He has 1699 wins in WWE and in the era of Teddy Long, he was basically the face of SmackDown and all the other superstars were fearful of him.
2. Kane (176 wins)
Kane also known as “the Big Red Machine” has been unstoppable at several junctures in the WWE. His powerful chokeslams and consistency have made him an unforgettable WWE Superstar. Kane’s ‘Buried Alive’ and ‘Casket’ matches will always be remembered in his glory. Do you think he can make a comeback for the last dance?
1. Randy Orton (181 wins)
Randy Orton is among the few WWE Superstars who are super versatile. He has pulled a few super iconic matches in SummerSlam and WrestleMania. He was the tag-team Champion with ‘RK-Bro’ alongside Matt Riddle when he broke the record for the most pay-per-view appearances. He’s out of action due to an injury but his return is highly awaited by the WWE Universe.