The PPV form for events has been an important factor in the boom of the entertainment culture during the past two decades. WWE is one of the biggest in the industry, and also got their pockets full out of this PPV format.
There have been numerous occasions when the organization decided to host its mega events in PPV format. A lot of superstars are featured in these events to make them a success. Let us take a look at some of these great superstars and rank the Top 7 wrestlers with the most WWE PPV matches.
Edge is without a doubt one of the most renowned superstars in the franchise. He has entertained us with his amazing skills and has given us uncountable memorable moments to reminisce about. He appeared in a total of 142 matches that were part of a PPV event.
6. Chris Jericho
Nine times WWE Intercontinental Champion finds his way into the list in the 6th position. Given his style and charisma on stage, it would have been a shame if he was not included in the PPV events. Edge has appeared in 142 WWE PPV matches.
5. John Cena
At the 5th spot, we see the all-time babyface of WWE taking form. Thirteen times WWE Champion, John Cena was an audience magnet during the past two decades. John Cena featured in a total of 163 PPV matches for WWE.
4. Triple H
Currently the chief of the WWE, Triple H was one of the most reputed superstars and a great entertainment factor to their events. This nine-time WWE Champion participated in 174 PPV matches.
3. The Undertaker
WWE Hall of Famer, The Undertaker was one of the biggest anti-hero faces in the WWE Universe. His appearance in the big events was a sure thing. The Undertaker made his scary entrance into the ring a total of 174 PPV matches.
The on-screen brother of our number three, Kane was also among the silent killers in the WWE universe. His rivalry with his brother Undertaker was one of the most fierce rivalries and always amassed a huge audience whenever they face off against each other. Kane appeared in a total of 176 PPV matches for the franchise.
1. Randy Orton
The Viper snakes in to take the first position on the list. Soon after Randy Orton joined WWE, he became the youngest WWE champion. People would go crazy for his moves and poses during the match. That made him the wrestler with the highest PPV match numbers on the spreadsheet with a total of 184 matches.