Randy Orton Breaks a Huge WWE Pay-Per-View Record, John Cena Congratulates Him

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Randy Orton Breaks a Huge WWE Pay-Per-View Record, John Cena Congratulates Him

When Randy Orton and Riddle face The Usos at Survivor Series tonight, they will set a new record for most matches competed in on WWE pay-per-view, with 177.

“The Viper” will break Kane’s previous record of 176 pay-per-view appearances over 26 years.

The 14-time world champion did so in under 20 years, putting him well ahead of any other active WWE wrestler (Edge has 135, The Miz has 121, and Kofi Kingston has 117).

John Cena, who has faced Orton on pay-per-view numerous times throughout their careers, congratulated him on Twitter on Sunday morning.

“RandyOrton’s (hashtag)SurvivorSeries achievement tonight is nothing short of legendary.

“I hope the @WWESuperstars and @WWEUniverse realize how amazing it is,” he wrote.

“An achievement I’ll never achieve but will always admire.”

Randy, I’m so proud of you.

Respect! (hashtag)Thank you for the inspiration!

Cena, who has 163 pay-per-view matches under his belt, returned to WWE programming over the summer for a program with Roman Reigns that ended with him losing at SummerSlam.

After that, he went back to Hollywood to pursue his acting career.

@RandyOrton’s (hashtag)SurvivorSeries performance tonight is legendary.

I hope the @WWESuperstars and @WWEUniverse realize how amazing it is.

A goal I’ll never achieve but will always admire.

Randy, I am ecstatic for you.

Respect! (hashtag)Thank you for the inspiration!

“Words can’t express my gratitude to the @WWEUniverse for allowing me to return and perform.”

Thank you, staff, superstars, and most importantly, FANS, for providing me with an unforgettable summer at ‘home’ with my ‘family.’ The journey takes me away now, but I’ll see you soon,” Cena wrote after his loss to Reigns.

“It’s a whole new world coming back to WWE.”

A new cast of characters, a new corporate direction, new platforms, and a new environment.

“There’s a challenge there,” Cena said in an interview with Chris Hardwick ahead of SummerSlam.

“There is an Intrinsic challenge there, a set of circumstances, for me to go back as a 44-year-old.”

In a lot of ways, that’s a good test.

‘Dude, you’re done,’ or ‘You’re so far from done, it’s crazy,’ my body could tell me after this extended stay.

If I’m slower physically,…

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John Cena Congratulates Randy Orton on Breaking a Huge WWE Pay-Per-View Record

John Cena Congratulates Randy Orton on Breaking a Huge WWE Pay-Per-View Record

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