10 WWE Superstars with most matches in Monday Night Raw history
WWE will mark 25 years of Monday Night Raw with a special episode on 22 January which will emanate live from two venues and feature legendary Superstars from the past.
The Undertaker, Shawn Michaels and Kevin Nash are scheduled to appear, while Attitude Era commentary duo Jim Ross and Jerry “The King” Lawler are expected to call a match or two.
The milestone episode got us thinking about the Superstars who have featured on WWE’s flagship show throughout its 25-year span – and specifically those who appeared more than most.
In this article, using information provided by profightdb.com, we take a look at the top 10 performers who have featured in the most matches in Raw history.
Information correct as of 6 January 2018.
#10 Kofi Kingston - 262 matches
A surprising inclusion in the top 10, Kofi Kingston debuted on Raw in June 2008 after initially appearing in ECW and he spent eight of the next nine years on the red brand before switching to SmackDown Live during the Superstar Shake-Up in April 2017.
Most memorable Raw match: When all’s said and done, Kofi will be best remembered for his tag-team exploits with Big E & Xavier Woods, but his first Tag Team Championship was won in October 2008 when he teamed with CM Punk to defeat The Miz & John Morrison on an episode of Raw.