WWE Superstar Gloats on Guinness World Record: “Even The Rock, Steve Austin or John Cena Couldn’t Capture It”

Published 12/24/2021, 8:30 AM EST


2021 proved to be a record-breaking year for WWE superstars – Randy Orton and Natalya. Both of them etched their names in the Guinness World Records after appearing at the 2021 Survivor Series PPV. Recently, Natalya once again recorded her name in the Guinness World Records.

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Guinness World Records confirmed that Natalya now holds the record for most WWE wins (641) in a career (female) as of November 2021. This is an incredible achievement by the WWE veteran. Natalya soon gloated on this record via an interesting tweet.

In the caption, Natalya showed her sense of humor as well by mentioning The Rock, Steve Austin, and John Cena.

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She wrote, “Even The Rock, Steve Austin or John Cena couldn’t capture the record of most FEMALE wins in WWE history”.

Congratulations to Natalya for such an incredible achievement in her WWE career. Do you want to see Natalya in the title picture once again?

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This is not the first Guinness World Record for the WWE legend Natalya

Natalya also made history at the 2021 Survivor Series PPV. The WWE superstar represented Team SmackDown in the Women’s 5 on 5 Traditional Tag Team match. The WWE veteran currently holds the record for most WWE PPV appearances (female), having appeared 68 times in PPVs.

However, Team SmackDown did not get the victory that night after Bianca Belair pulled off a stunning comeback for Team Raw.

It has been a long journey for Natalya in the WWE. Even though she is not in any title picture at present, she has won titles in the past. She is a former WWE Divas Champion and WWE SmackDown Women’s Champion.

 

She even won the WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship with Tamina earlier this year. We hope to see Natalya making more appearances in WWE and picking up more wins in the future.

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Randy Orton also made history following the 2021 Survivor Series PPV

Randy Orton and Riddle battled The Usos at the pay-per-view. Following that match, Orton became the person with the most WWE/WWF pay-per-view appearances (177).

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Also, RK-Bro picked up the victory over The Usos in that match. It is indeed a significant milestone in the WWE career of ‘The Viper.’

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Shouvik Nath

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Shouvik Nath is a WWE and AEW author at EssentiallySports. Having completed his graduation from St.Xavier’s College, Shouvik wished to follow his passion for pro wrestling.

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