Randy Orton set a huge record on November 21 at the Survivor Series pay-per-view by becoming the holder of the most pay-per-view matches by a WWE Superstar.
The Viper overtook Kane to take the record, as he teamed up with Riddle to take on the The Uso’s, as the RAW and SmackDown Tag Team Champions collided.
This Monday on RAW (November 29th) Randy Orton once again broke another record. He set the record for the most television matches on the red brand. He teamed up with Riddle once again to face The Dirty Dawgs. It became Orton’s 437th match on the show.
Randy Orton’s first debut match on Monday Night RAW came on September 23, 2002 where he defeated Steven Richards.
The former WWE Champion took to Twitter on November 20 to discuss his record-breaking achievements “In light of these ‘stats’, and let everyone out there that’s ever supported me in any way know that I am thankful. I also know with all of my heart that I couldn’t have done it without you. Now on to my 15th Survivor Series…man time flies don’t it? #WWE #SurvivorSeries #RAW”
Randy Orton record-breaker
If there is anyone who has been the most consistent, most active and has continued to reinvent himself over the last two decades, then look no further than Randy Orton. The former Legend Killer has remained loyal to WWE since his debut in 2002, and continues to compete at an elite level for the company.
It also appears that there is no slowing down for Orton who will turn 42-years old next year. He’s been involved in some major storylines over the last few years, and it is likely who will continue to be involved for many years to come.
A huge congratulations to Randy Orton from all of us here at Daily DDT!
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