5 WWE records that are nearly impossible to be broken

WWE: Some records in the company are unlikely or are very difficult to be broken. Read to know 5 such records from different Superstars that are unlikely to be broken.

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WWE has some incredible records that might never be broken. It is said that the records are meant to be broken. Some records are so great that they are nearly impossible to be broken. In different sports, there are such records that stand in time to stay so for a long time. Such records make the sports interesting. People would always be eager to see if they can be surpassed.

However, the magnitude of some records is so huge that not many come close to even equalling them, let alone bettering them. Such records in WWE have made the storylines compelling. Some of the greatest Superstars in history have held such records that have elevated certain belts, records, and feats. They are very difficult to be broken and take a huge effort to be equalled.

Here are 5 such records from different Superstars that are unlikely to be broken.

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The Undertaker's streak of 21 wins without a loss in WrestleMania

The Undertaker

Talking about records, one record that the fans are reminded of is- The Undertaker's WrestleMania streak. For the first time in 1992, the Deadman took part in the big event and claimed a win. From there, the American Badass remained unbeaten for 23 years in which he emerged victorious in 21 matches. In the process, the Undertaker beat several top stars in the company.

He defeated the likes of Shawn Michaels, Kane, the Undertaker, Edge, Triple H, and several other top stars of the time. The streak finally came to an end when Brock Lesnar delivered a series of F5s to end the streak. To have a career as long as 21 years is a dream for many Wrestlers. To take part in as many WrestleMania, and more, and to remain unbeaten for the first 21 instances is nearly impossible.

Bruno Sammartino's record World title reigns

Bruno Sammartino

Bruno Sammartino is an anomaly in WWE. The former WWE Superstar remained the world champion for 4040 days, which is a record in pro wrestling. His title reigns lasted for two mammoth runs where he was easily the wrestler who could sell the most number of tickets. It is being reported that on 188 shows, he was responsible for the sale of tickets. Such was his legacy in the 1960s and the 1970s.

His first title reign lasted for a whopping 2803 days, which is a record in the company. The second-best in the list is Bob Backlund with a reign that lasted for 2135 days. Even the fifth-longest world title reign belongs to the Italian-American wrestler himself. His second world title reign lasted for 1237 days. In modern times, only Roman Reigns managed to be a longer champion in the second-best reign of Bruno.

John Cena's unbeaten record in 'I Quit' matches with best sample size

John Cena

John Cena and 'I Quit' matches go hand in hand. The 16-time world champion who believes in ideals like Hustle, Loyalty, and Respect is known for his insane ability to never give up. 'I Quit' matches are like the fortress of Cena. No wrestler in the history of Pro Wrestling has taken part even in half the number of matches as Cena has in the category. Some of them highlighted the main event of the PLEs.

The Massachusetts-based wrestler has 5 appearances in the I Quit matches. In all the matches, he has remained unbeaten. Some of the best wins of Cena have come against the likes of Randy Orton, Batista, and The Miz, During Cena's prime, I Quit matches used to happen once a year. But nowadays, such matches are a rarity. Due to the lack of I Quit matches, Cena's record might never be broken.

Number of WrestleMania Main event appearances of Roman Reigns

Roman Reigns

As of 2024, Roman Reigns has the main-event in WrestleMania on nine instances. The second-best on the list is Hulk Hogan with 8 appearances. The Rock has been a part of 6 such matches while Triple H is third on the list with 7 such matches to his name. There is a good chance of both Roman and The Rock main-eventing either night of WrestleMania 41 in Las Vegas next year.

Yet, Roman will still be the leader on the board with 10 appearances, which would be an extension of the record, In the coming years, if Reigns can manage his aura, he can improve his record as a main-event candidate. Currently, no Superstar is close to being a main-event candidate to challenge the Tribal Chief in this regard. For the next years, the record of main-eventing Mania nights is likely to be unbroken. 

Charlotte Flair's record of world title reigns

Charlotte Flair

Charlotte Flair has been a world champion several times in the women's division in her career spanning over 9 years. She has managed to win a whopping 14 times already in her career. The daughter of the Nature Boy has distanced herself from everyone else in the list of Superstars with most world titles in the women's division. No women's champion is close to Flair in the number of world title wins.

The second-best in the list is Becky Lynch who has 7 titles to her name, which is half that of Flair. The 14-time world champion has been out of action since December 2023. While she is deemed fit to return to the ring, it looks like WWE is not hurrying her back to action. When she returns, there is a good chance of her surpassing the record of Ric Flair and John Cena who have the most world titles to their name (16). 

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