So far, we have learned that a retired Hall of Famer holds the record for the most number of victories at “The Biggest Party of the Summer”, while it turns out that John Cena has a surprisingly dreadful record when he competes on the PPV.
We have also delved into The Shield’s archives to look at how Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins have fared at past SummerSlam shows, from their forgettable debut in 2013 to their high-profile encounters in 2017.
In this article, we figured it was about time we turned our attention to some of the most successful Superstars who have competed at SummerSlam, so let’s count down the five WWE performers who boast the most astonishing records in the event’s 30-year history.
#5 The Undertaker (10 wins, 5 losses, 1 draw)
The Undertaker’s win/loss ratio at SummerSlam isn’t quite as impressive as his unprecedented tally of 24 victories and just two defeats at WrestleMania, but 10 wins from 16 matches at a single PPV isn’t too shabby.
“The Deadman” won his first four matches at the event, defeating Kamala, Giant Gonzalez, ‘Fake Undertaker’ and Kama between 1992 and 1995, before losing to Mankind, Bret Hart and Steve Austin in his next three SummerSlam encounters.
Between 1999 and 2003, he won Tag Team titles on two occasions, teaming with The Big Show to defeat Kane & X-Pac and with Kane to defeat DDP & Kanyon, while he went to a no contest in a singles match against his storyline brother before recording victories over Test and A-Train.
In the last 15 years, the future Hall of Famer has only competed at four SummerSlam events, losing against JBL and Randy Orton in the mid-00s before defeating Edge in 2008 and Brock Lesnar in 2015.