Survivor Series is one of the big four events that WWE holds annually, with the most exclusive drawcard at this event being the the Traditional Survivor Series Tag Team Elimination Match.
On account of this traditional elimination match, which is typically 4 on 4, or 5 on 5, there are more superstars who compete in this pay-per-view as compared to other events that WWE holds. This means there's plenty of chances for a wrestler to lose, especially in the elimination match.
However, credit must be given to those superstars, past and present who have conquered all adversity to never lose at Survivor Series, be it in these traditional elimination matches or in regular bouts.
In this article, we look at five WWE superstars who remained undefeated at this iconic event.
#5 WWE Hall of Famer - 'Macho Man' Randy Savage
WWE Hall of Famer, the late 'Macho Man' Randy Savage has certainly been one of the best wrestlers in WWE in the late 80s and early 90s.
Savage had a perfect 5-0 record at this pay-per-view, winning four traditional Survivor Series elimination matches and a tag-team match. He won the first 5-on-5 elimination bout at the inaugural Survivor Series in 1987, and then continued the good run in three more elimination matches in the 1988,1989 and 1993 editions.
At Survivor Series 1993, the former two-time world champion was the surprise fourth member of Razor Ramon's team. The Macho Man successfully eliminated Diesel in this bout.
Randy's only tag team victory came during the Survivor Series edition in 1992 when he partnered with the late Mr. Perfect to beat the team of Ric Flair and Razor Ramon by disqualification.
With feats such as this, Randy Savage has surely been one of the shining stars at this event.
#4 WWE Hall of Famer - The Ultimate Warrior
WWE Hall of Famer, the late Ultimate Warrior, was one of the most dominant forces in this business during the late 80s and early 90s. The energy that he brought in his in-ring entrances lifted the WWE Universe.
Warrior, much like Macho Man, was also undefeated at the Survivor Series, boasting a record of three victories. The former WWE Champion's triumphs came in the traditional Survivor Series elimination matches in 1988, 1989 and 1990 conquering Team Honky, The Heenan Family and The Perfect Team.
Warrior was also the sole survivor in all three of these victories making him truly a legend in this event.
#3 WWE Hall of Famer - Rick Rude
WWE Hall of Famer, the late 'Ravishing' Rick Rude has an enviable record at Survivor Series, winning all three elimination matches he has been in.
The first two wins came in 1987 and 1988 when he teamed with the late WWE Hall of Famer Andre the Giant in two consecutive traditional elimination matches. The first was against Team Hogan and the second was against Team Roberts.
In his third appearance in 1989 he ascended to being team captain as his Chargers 'The Rude Brood' overcame the late Roddy Piper's team called the 'Rowdies'. A feat certainly second to none.
#2 WWE Hall of Famer - Goldberg
WWE Hall of Famer Goldberg is one of the most destructive forces ever to step foot in WWE. His record of two wins in two appearances at this event is worth every praise.
The former three-time world champion hasn't been in a traditional Survivor Series elimination match but has fought in two classic singles encounters.
At Survivor Series 2003, Goldberg overcame one of the legends in the business, Triple H to retain the World Heavyweight Championship. Thirteen years later, at the 2016 event, Goldberg conquered another great in The Beast Incarnate, Brock Lesnar, in exactly one minute and twenty-six seconds.
It's certainly a feat that has anointed this WWE Hall of Famer amongst the very best this business has seen.
#1 WWE Superstar - Bobby Lashley
Bobby Lashley is one of the biggest superstars on the current WWE roster. The All Mighty has achieved many highs in this business, with one of them being a spotless record at Survivor Series.
The former WWE Champion has been part of four editions and has emerged victorious in all. His first triumph came at Survivor Series 2005 in a traditional elimination match when his Team SmackDown beat Team RAW. The following year, Lashley had his second win again in an elimination match, this time as part of Team Cena who conquered Team Big Show.
Bobby's third victory came more than a decade later at Survivor Series 2018 in yet another elimination match as Team RAW got the better of Team SmackDown with Lashley being one of the survivors.
His fourth and final win came at Survivor Series 2020 as the United States Champion on the Red Brand whe he beat Sami Zayn who was then Intercontinental Champion on the Blue Brand in an inter-brand Champion vs Champion Match.
With a perfect four out of four, the All Mighty has definitely been a force to be reckoned with at this event.