John Cena congratulated Randy Orton on Sunday forward of WWE Survivor Series as “The Viper” is set to break a record at the pay-per-view.
Orton is set for a tag-team match with Matt Riddle as the 2 go head-to-head in opposition to The Usos because the Raw and SmackDown reveals struggle for model supremacy.
Orton will break the WWE pay-per-view record with the 177th look of his profession. He made his first pay-per-view look at SummerSlam 2003 when he was included within the Elimination Chamber match for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship.
Cena acknowledged Orton was on the verge of the record.
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“Tonight’s #SurvivorSeries achievement by @RandyOrton is nothing short of mythical. I hope @WWE superstars and @WWEUniverse understand just how incredible it is. A milestone I’ll never reach and ALWAYS admire. So proud of you Randy. Thank you for the inspiration!” he wrote.
Orton will surpass Kane’s record. Kane, who is called Glenn Jacobs and is the mayor of Knox County, Tennessee, made his first WWE pay-per-view look at SummerSlam 1995 and final appeared with the corporate within the 2021 Royal Rumble.
The Undertaker is third on the listing with 174 appearances and Triple H is fourth with 173. Cena is fifth with 163. He made his debut at Vengeance 2002 and final appeared at SummerSlam this previous summer time.
Orton, the son of WWE legend “Cowboy” Bob Orton, has lately teamed up with up-and-comer Riddle to type the tag crew RK-Bro. The duo are Raw tag-team champions.
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