WWE: 3 records of John Cena that Randy Orton can equal this year, check it out

After defeating Drew McIntyre at Hell in a Cell 2020, Randy Orton once again proved why he deserved to be called as one of the greatest superstars in WWE. With the WWE championship victory over McIntyre, Orton equaled Triple H’s WWE Championship tally of 14. He is now the fourth WWE superstar with most WWE Championship wins behind Ric Flair(16), John Cena(16), Triple H(14) in the list.

However, there have been many instances in WWE when the Viper was compared to Cena especially in terms of his consistency and long term availability. The way WWE has pushed Orton back into the limelight, he can soon break multiple records including five which are held by Cena.

# 3. Randy Orton 168 PPV matches, John Cena 161 PPV matches – Cena has 91 wins, Orton has 89 wins

There is no doubt that John Cena can break any break easily but the same also if someone who can edge past John Cena then surely it could be Randy Orton himself. With the impressive win records of both the superstars at WWE PPV Randy Orton holds more matches appearances than John Cena whereas Cena has remained outnumbered because of unavailability in WWE due to Hollywood.

# 2. Randy Orton is just 2 title short of equaling John Cena’s 16 WWE Champion

After defeating Drew McIntyre at Hell in a Cell 2020 Randy Orton once proved why he deserved to be called as one of the greatest in WWE. With that WWE championship victory over McIntyre made Randy Orton to increase his WWE Championship tally total to 14 and overall 4th in terms of WWE Championship list left behind after Ric Flair(16), John Cena(16), Triple H(14). This further explains that Randy Orton remains 2 shots away from breaking John Cena’s record of all time great to claim 16-time WWE Champion.

#1. John Cena has 9 Survivor Series wins, Randy Orton also has 8 wins on that

The Survivor Series is just three weeks from now and WWE has already announced six high flying matches for that. The current WWE Champion Randy Orton is all set to feature in Survivor series once again to clash against Roman Reigns, and if Orton beats Reigns over there he will equal Cena’s record of 9 wins in Survivor Series.