clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

Who has wrestled on the most consecutive pay-per-views as of April 2019?

37 unique performers competed in a match on the main card of WrestleMania 35.

With that in mind, let’s take a look at which performers have currently wrestled on the most consecutive pay-per-view (PPV) events as of April 2019. The only rules are that the superstar must have wrestled for more than zero seconds on the main card of the PPV (sorry, pre-show fans), and male wrestlers will not be penalized for missing Evolution. Events in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia are omitted from this exercise.

  • 13 events - Daniel Bryan
  • 7 events - Nia Jax
  • 5 events - Kofi Kingston, Baron Corbin
  • 4 events - Shane, Miz, Banks, Bayley, Tamina, Lashley, Joe
  • 3 events - The Usos
  • 2 events - The Bar, Ricochet, Black, Rey, Lynch, Flair, McIntyre, Rollins, Reigns
  • 1 event - Lesnar, Styles, Orton, Rusev, Nakamura, Beth, Natalya, IIconics, Triple H, Batista, Angle, Balor, Rousey

And here are the streaks that ended at WrestleMania 35.

  • 3 events - Mandy Rose
  • 1 event - Asuka, The Revival, Roode, Gable, Truth, Andrade, Owens, Ali, Ambrose

Returning last year at WrestleMania 34, Daniel Bryan has now made it one full year wrestling on every single PPV main card, minus Crown Jewel. Saudi Arabia shows are omitted from this exercise, so Bryan has a firm hold on the top spot, pending an update on a rumored injury.

Nia Jax has the longest active streak among female performers, but it looks like this could be the end of the road due to torn ACLs. Her looming absence could also put Tamina’s streak of four consecutive events in danger, since Tamina’s streak consists solely of tag team matches with her partner Jax, as well as a Royal Rumble match.

After not missing the main card of a PPV for nearly two years, Braun Strowman has now missed two in a row. Perhaps his win in the pre-show Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal will be the start of a new push for the Monster.

Who says that Shane McMahon is a part-timer? The Best in the World has now wrestled on all four PPVs in 2019.

This list looks wide open for some fresh names like Aleister Black and Ricochet to rise up in short order. New champions Becky Lynch and Seth Rollins should also be PPV mainstays as long as they are carrying around some gold and avoid injuries.

What do you think about this list of active streaks, Cagesiders? Which wrestler is most likely to fall off the list next month?

Sign up for the newsletter Sign up for the Cageside Seats Daily Roundup newsletter!

A daily roundup of all your pro wrestling news from Cageside Seats