5 current WWE Superstars with the worst PPV win ratios
Contrary to what some past and present WWE Superstars say, wins and losses do matter in wrestling and the way a character is booked plays a huge part in how fans perceive them.
Zack Ryder, for example, had a huge amount of support when he had his own YouTube show in 2011 but he went on to become a serial loser on WWE programming, which lost him fans and harmed his character.
Asuka, on the other hand, is yet to be defeated since she debuted in NXT in October 2015 and she is perceived by fans to be an unstoppable wrestling machine that “nobody is ready for”.
Earlier this week, using information obtained from Cagematch.net, we revealed the five current WWE Superstars who have the best win ratios on pay-per-view.
In this article, we flip the script and guide you through the five WWE Superstars who have the worst win ratios on PPV, with the only rule being that they must have lost at least 10 PPV matches in their career.
#5 R-Truth (20% win ratio)
R-Truth has won the Hardcore, the United States and Tag Team titles during his time in WWE but is better known as someone who loses to more high-profile Superstars.
Dating all the way back to his days as K-Kwik in 2000, Truth has featured in 45 PPV matches in WWE, losing nine, which gives him an overall win ratio of just 20%.
His most memorable PPV match came when he challenged for the WWE Championship in the main event of Capitol Punishment in 2011. It ended in defeat, of course, with John Cena retaining his title to close the show.