Guinness World Records Recognises WWE PPV Achievements By Randy Orton & Natalya
Orton set the male record at Survivor Series
The Guinness Book Of World Record have officially recognised the WWE pay-per-view records set by Randy Orton and Natalya.
It has been previously noted that Orton broke the record for most matches at WWE pay-per-view events at Survivor Series 2021, when his involvement on the card saw The Viper reach 177 bouts on WWE PPV.
This number sets him at the top of the mountain and passed WWE Hall Of Famer Kane, who has 176, and the Guinness Book Of World Records have now acknowledged Orton's achievement.
A post on their website hails Orton as setting the new record for Most WWE PPV Appearances (Male), while also listing the Legend Killer's various other accolades in WWE.
The Guinness Book Of World Records have also listed Natalya as holding the record for Most WWE PPV Appearances (Female). The former WWE Women's Tag Team Champion made her 68th WWE PPV showing at Survivor Series earlier this month.
Natalya actually broke the record for most WWE PPV outings by a female in 2017, surpassing the record held by Trish Stratus. Since then, Charlotte Flair has moved into second position, with 59 outings.