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Who has wrestled on the most consecutive pay-per-views as of December 2020?

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17 unique performers competed in a match on the main card of TLC 2020.

With that in mind, let’s take a look at which performers have currently wrestled on the most consecutive pay-per-view (PPV) events at the conclusion of December 2020. 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), typical 24/7 title shenanigans will be ignored, and events in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia are omitted from this exercise.

Here are the active streaks coming out of this pay-per-view:

  • 5 events - Roman Reigns
  • 4 events - Drew McIntyre
  • 3 events - Sasha Banks
  • 2 events - Styles, Owens, Woods, Kingston, Asuka, Jax, Baszler
  • 1 event - Miz, Carmella, Alexander, Benjamin, Flair, Orton, Wyatt

And here are the streaks that ended at TLC:

  • 9 events - Bayley
  • 4 events - Bobby Lashley
  • 3 events - Jey Uso
  • 2 events - Otis
  • 1 event - Strowman, Lee, Riddle, Sheamus, Corbin, Rollins, Ford, Dawkins, Zayn, Evans, Lana, Royce, Belair, Morgan, Riott, Natalya

It’s usually difficult for women to make the PPV card (outside of large scale gimmick matches) if they are not involved in a championship match. Bayley lost the SmackDown women’s championship in October at Hell in a Cell, and her feud against Sasha Banks ended shortly thereafter. As a result, the December card was looming as the potential end of Bayley’s lengthy pay-per-view streak. That’s exactly what happened. Instead of getting the pay-per-view spot, Bayley’s feud with Bianca Belair was featured in a match on the go home episode of SmackDown for TLC.

That leaves Roman Reigns at the head of the list, with Drew McIntyre and Sasha Banks right behind him. They are arguably the three biggest stars in WWE right now.

There just isn’t much going on elsewhere on this list, with most superstars shuffling between one or two events before missing a PPV main card and starting over.

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