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Who Has The Best Win Loss Record in WWE

Even people who don’t watch wrestling are familiar with WWE. It’s the biggest name in the world when it comes to professional wrestling. Those who accidentally haven’t heard of it are now familiar thanks to ex-wrestlers entering Hollywood in flocks!

Although the matches are scripted and all, the fights are as real as they can get. Have you ever wondered who are players with the best win/loss records in WWE? Well, that’s what we intend to discover today!

Players with the Best Win Loss Records in WWE

So, who do you think will win on this list? Spoiler alert, there might be some names that you didn’t expect to find here!

John Cena

Currently, a big name in Hollywood thanks to the Fast 9 movie, John Cena holds the highest PPV win percentage in the history of WWE. Now, PPV stands for Pay-Per-View event. The biggest of them is WrestleMania where Mr. “you can’t see me” has maintained a staggering 60% win record.

Players who played at least 100 PPV matches come under the light. John Cena has played 110 matches where he won 60, lost 41, and had a draw on 3 of the matches. That’s quite a performance, don’t you think?

Damian Priest

Although not as glorified as The Rock or Big Show, Damian Priest has the best win percentage in the WWE main rosters. He won 49 of the 53 fights which is spectacular for any wrestler. This Puerto Rican is maintaining an unbelievable 92% win streak.

Interestingly, he’s behind only Rona Rousey for the all-time highest win percentage in the history of WWE. Ronda has a 94% win loss ratio. If not anything, the stat gives you an appreciation for how awesome of a wrestler Ronda Rousey was.

Andre the Giant

Did you know that there’s a slot game by the same name at canadian casino online websites to this date? Yes, Andre the Giant is a 5-reel video slot developed by NextGen gaming. It goes to show how important of a figure he is for the popular culture as well as the iGaming industry.

With a mind-boggling 7’4” height and 520 lbs. of sheer muscle, Andre the Giant was a force to reckon with in the ring. Ironically, the disease that made him a global wonder is also responsible for his demise. He suffered from Acromegaly, a rare condition that doesn’t put a bar on growth hormones.

Andre’s career was way too short to make our list of wrestlers with the best win loss percentage. Consider this as an honorary mention.

Ronda Rousey

Of course, how can we keep the queen of the ring out of our discussion today? She’s not only a prominent star in WWE but also has left her mark in MMA (UFC). She’s also the first American woman to win an Olympic medal in Judo. Although it was Bronze, it’s once-in-a-lifetime honour in an athlete’s life.

In her WWE career, Ronda Rousey has placed 33 matches, 11 of them were PPV. She has lost only 1 match in her entire career which gives her the phenomenal 94% win loss record.

The Rock

It would be unfair to Dwayne Johnson if we let a wrestling feature slide where The Rock is not mentioned. However, keep in mind that he’s not the best in terms of win loss record, not even close.

Rather, he’s a prime example that you don’t necessarily need to win all the time to become famous. In his WWE career, The Rock played over 800 fights with a win loss record of only 53%. Among his victories, there are 10 WWE World Titles.


Yes, we’re going in reverse again. Kane is a name every wrestling fan is familiar with. His invincible aura during his WWE days made him a big celebrity among the fans. However, his win loss record is only 52% which is even lower than The Rock.

But one thing we have to admit, Kane has fought a lot, and we mean a lot. He lost 1325 fights! And won 1561! Any wrestler who fought over 2500 fights is someone you don’t want to mess with.

Final Words

From what we’ve seen in this list, the win loss record does not necessarily define the career of a professional wrestler. A lot of things go into it that we may never find out. So, what we can do is sit back and tune in to the next fight.

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