Randy Orton Set To Make WWE History At Survivor Series

A record-breaking match on pay-per-view

Randy Orton is only days away from breaking a WWE record. 

According to ProfightDB, Orton is currently tied with Kane for most WWE pay-per-view bouts in history with 176 matches each. 

Orton is currently scheduled to team with RK-Bro teammate Riddle against The Usos at Survivor Series on Sunday, November 21 in a Champions vs. Champions Match, which would be The Apex Predator's 177th match on pay-per-view. 

Orton has been wrestling on pay-per-view for WWE since SummerSlam 2003 when he and four other Superstars stepped inside the Elimination Chamber to challenge Evolution faction-mate Triple H for the World Heavyweight Championship. 

Orton has competed on pay-per-view ever since and The Viper has featured in high-profile matches against the likes of The Undertaker, Shawn Michaels, Triple H and John Cena over the last 18 years. 

Orton tied Kane's record of 176 matches last month when RK-Bro defended the Raw Tag Team Championship against AJ Styles and Omos at Crown Jewel. 

Behind Orton and Kane is The Undertaker with 174 matches and then Triple H, who has had 173 matches on pay-per-view. 

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