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Champion history

Wrestler: Times: Date: Location: Notes: Defences: Days Held:
Buddy Rogers 1 April 25, 1963 Washington, D.C. Rogers was awarded the title with the explanation that he defeated Antonio Rocca in the finals of a tournament in March 1963 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil to become the first WWWF World Heavyweight Champion. 2 22
Bruno Sammartino 1 May 17, 1963 New York, NY Held title for eight years, a record for professional wrestling world champions. 74 2,803
Ivan Koloff 1 January 18, 1971 New York, NY . 1 21
Pedro Morales 1 February 8. 1971 New York, NY The championship loses World status when the WWWF rejoins the NWA in 1971. The title was renamed the WWWF Heavyweight Championship. 29 1,027
Stan Stasiak 1 December 1, 1973 Philadelphia, PA . 1 9
Bruno Sammartino 2 December 10, 1973 New York, NY First wrestler to repeat as champion. 34 1,237
Superstar Billy Graham 1 April 30, 1977 Baltimore, MD . 11 296
Bob Backlund 1 February 20, 1978 New York, NY The title was renamed the WWF Heavyweight Championship when the World Wide Wrestling Federation became the World Wrestling Federation in March 1979. 21 648
Antonio Inoki 1 November 30. 1979 Tokushima, Japan Later in a rematch in Tokyo, Japan on December 6, 1979 Backlund pinned Inoki for the title, but then-WWF president Hisashi Shinma declared the match a no-contest because of the interference of Tiger Jeet Singh. 1 6
Antonio Inoki refused the championship on December 6, 1979 following Shinma's decision, and the title was declared vacant.
Bob Backlund 1(2)† December 12, 1979 New York, NY Defeated Bobby Duncum in a Texas Death match to win the vacant title. 22 672
Title held up on October 19, 1981 after a match against Greg Valentine in which the referee gave the title to Valentine after Backlund pinned him.
Bob Backlund 1(3)† November 23, 1981 New York, NY Defeated Valentine in a rematch to win the held up title. According to the official WWE Championship history, Backlund's reign lasted from February 20, 1978 to December 26, 1983 and was never interrupted. 24 763
The Iron Sheik 1 December 26, 1983 New York, NY Backlund's manager Arnold Skaaland threw in the towel while Backlund was in the Sheik's Camel clutch. 1 28
Hulk Hogan 1 January 23, 1984 New York, NY . 53 1,474
André the Giant 1 February 5, 1988 Indianapolis, IN Won the title at Main Event I. Immediately after winning the title from Hogan, André surrendered the title to Ted DiBiase. The title was immediately declared vacant. 0 0
After Andre surrendered the title to Ted DiBiase on February 5, 1988, the title was declared vacant by WWF President Jack Tunney and put up for grabs in a fourteen man tournament at WrestleMania IV.
Randy Savage 1 March 27, 1988 Atlantic City, NJ Defeated three wrestlers in a tournament and Ted DiBiase in the final to win the vacant title, also the first time there was a new champion at a WrestleMania. 18 371
Hulk Hogan 2 April 2, 1989 Atlantic City, NJ Won title at WrestleMania V. 17 364
The Ultimate Warrior 1 April 1, 1990 Toronto, ON Won title at WrestleMania VI, the Intercontinental Title was also on the line. 6 293
Sgt. Slaughter 1 January 19, 1991 Miami, FL Won title at the Royal Rumble. 2 64
Hulk Hogan 3 March 24, 1991 Los Angeles, CA Won title at WrestleMania VII, first ever three time champion. 3 248
The Undertaker 1 November 27, 1991 Detroit, MI Won title at Survivor Series. 1 6
Hulk Hogan 4 December 3, 1991 San Antonio, TX Won title at Tuesday in Texas. 0 1
Hogan was stripped of the title by WWF President Jack Tunney on December 4, 1991 due to the controversy surrounding both of the previous title changes. Tunney, in an announcement airing on the December 7 edition of WWF Superstars, declared the title would go to the winner of the following month's Royal Rumble match.
Ric Flair 1 January 19, 1992 Albany, NY Last eliminated Sid Justice in the Royal Rumble match to win the vacant title. 2 77
Randy Savage 2 April 5, 1992 Indianapolis, IN Won title at WrestleMania VIII. 2 149
Ric Flair 2 September 1, 1992 Hershey, PA . 3 41
Bret Hart 1 October 12, 1992 Saskatoon, SK Won title at an untelevised house show. 6 174
Yokozuna 1 April 4, 1993 Las Vegas, NV Won title at WrestleMania IX. 1 0
Hulk Hogan 5 April 4, 1993 Las Vegas, NV Immediately after Yokozuna's victory at WrestleMania IX, Hogan challenged for the title and won after Mr. Fuji accidentally threw salt in Yokozuna's eyes. 1 70
Yokozuna 2 June 13, 1993 Dayton, OH Won title at King of the Ring. 7 280
Bret Hart 2 March 20, 1994 New York, NY Won title at WrestleMania X. 7 248
Bob Backlund 2(4) November 23, 1994 San Antonio, TX This was a "Throw in the Towel" match at Survivor Series. Upon being urgently asked by Owen Hart, Helen Hart threw in the towel while Bret was in Backlund's crossface chickenwing, giving Backlund the victory. 1 3
Diesel 1 November 26, 1994 New York, NY Diesel defeated Backlund at an untelevised house show in a record eight seconds. 9 358
Bret Hart 3 November 19, 1995 Landover, MD This was a no-disqualification match at Survivor Series. 6 133
Shawn Michaels 1 March 31, 1996 Anaheim, CA This was a 60-minute Iron Man match at WrestleMania XII. After a 0-0 tie after 60 minutes, Michaels pinned Hart in sudden death overtime after one minute and 52 seconds to win. 9 231
Sycho Sid 1 November 17, 1996 New York, NY Won title at Survivor Series. 2 63
Shawn Michaels 2 January 19, 1997 San Antonio, TX Won title at Royal Rumble. 1 25
Michaels forfeited the title on February 13, 1997 due to a knee injury.
Bret Hart 4 February 16, 1997 Chattanooga, TN This was a Fatal Four-Way match also involving Steve Austin, The Undertaker and Vader, held at In Your House: Final Four. 1 1
Sycho Sid 2 February 17, 1997 Nashville, TN Won title on Monday Night RAW. This was the first time the title changed hands on the show. 2 34
The Undertaker 2 March 23, 1997 Rosemont, IL Won title at WrestleMania 13. 6 133
Bret Hart 5 August 3, 1997 East Rutherford, NJ Won title at SummerSlam with Shawn Michaels as the guest referee. 5 98
Shawn Michaels 3 November 9, 1997 Montreal, QC Won title at Survivor Series in the Montreal Screwjob. 4 140
Steve Austin 1 March 29, 1998 Boston, MA Won title at WrestleMania XIV, marked the beginning of the "Attitude Era". 5 90
Kane 1 June 28, 1998 Pittsburgh, PA This was a first blood match at King of the Ring. 1 1
Steve Austin 2 June 29, 1998 Cleveland, OH Won title on Monday Night RAW. 3 90
The title was declared vacant on September 28, 1998 after The Undertaker and Kane simultaneously pinned Austin in a Triple Threat match the previous night in Hamilton, Ontario.
The Rock 1 November 15, 1998 St. Louis, MO Defeated Mankind in a Tournament final at Survivor Series to win the vacant title. 7 44
Mankind 1 December 29, 1998 Worcester, MA Won title on Monday Night RAW. 2 26
The Rock 2 January 24, 1999 Anaheim, CA This was an I Quit match at the Royal Rumble. 2 2
Mankind 2 January 26, 1999 Tucson, AZ This was an empty arena match that aired as a special named Halftime Heat during halftime of Super Bowl XXXIII. 2 20
The Rock 3 February 15, 1999 Birmingham, AL This was a ladder match. 3 41
Steve Austin 3 March 28, 1999 Philadelphia, PA Won title at WrestleMania XV. 3 56
The Undertaker 3 May 23, 1999 Kansas City, MO Won title at Over the Edge with Shane McMahon as special guest referee. 6 36
Steve Austin 4 June 28, 1999 Charlotte, NC Won title on Monday Night RAW. 2 55
Mankind 3 August 22, 1999 Minneapolis, MN Pinned Steve Austin during a Triple Threat match also involving Triple H with Jesse Ventura as special guest referee at SummerSlam. 1 1
Triple H 1 August 23, 1999 Ames, IA Won title on Monday Night RAW with Shane McMahon as special guest referee. 7 22
Mr. McMahon 1 September 14, 1999 Las Vegas, NV Vacated title on September 20. TBA 6
McMahon vacated the title on September 20, 1999 and declared it be put on the line in a Six Pack Challenge match at Unforgiven.
Triple H 2 September 26, 1999 Charlotte, NC Pinned The Rock in a Six-Pack Challenge match at Unforgiven that also included Mankind, The Big Show, The British Bulldog and Kane to win the vacant title. 10 49
The Big Show 1 November 14, 1999 Detroit, MI Pinned Triple H in a Triple Threat match at Survivor Series that also included The Rock. 12 50
Triple H 3 January 3, 2000 Miami, FL Chris Jericho defeated Triple H on April 17, 2000 in State College, PA to win the title, but the decision was reversed and the title returned to Triple H 18 minutes later. 11 118
The Rock 4 April 30, 2000 Washington, D.C. Following interference by Vince McMahon, Steve Austin returned to WWE after several months and came to the aid of The Rock, who later pinned Triple H at Backlash after a spinebuster and The People's Elbow. 4 21
Triple H 4 May 21, 2000 Louisville, KY Won a 60-minute Iron Man match 6-5. Special Referee Shawn Michaels awarded him the last fall by disqualification after The Undertaker interfered in favor of The Rock. 3 35
The Rock 5 June 25, 2000 Boston, MA Defeated Triple H in a six-man tag team match with The Rock, The Undertaker and Kane vs. Triple H, Vince McMahon and Shane McMahon in which if Triple H or one of the McMahons were pinned, the winner would win the title. Chris Benoit defeated The Rock on July 23, 2000 in Dallas, TX, due to a stipulation where if the Rock was disqualified, the title would change hands. During the match, The Rock was disqualified, therefore, the title was awarded to Chris Benoit. However, WWF Commissioner Mick Foley restarted the match and Rock won the restart. Similarly, on September 24, 2000 in Greensboro, NC, Benoit won a Fatal Four-Way match against The Rock, Kane and The Undertaker. Yet as Benoit was leaving the ring, Commissioner Foley came down and restarted the match and Rock won the restart. 12 119
Kurt Angle 1 October 22, 2000 Albany, NY Won title at No Mercy. 17 126
The Rock 6 February 25, 2001 Las Vegas, NV Record setting sixth reign, won title at No Way Out. 3 35
Steve Austin 5 April 1, 2001 Houston, TX Won title at WrestleMania X-Seven after siding with Vince McMahon. 14 175
Kurt Angle 2 September 23, 2001 Pittsburgh, PA Won title at Unforgiven. 3 15
Steve Austin 6 October 8, 2001 Indianapolis, IN Won title on Monday Night RAW. 6 62
Chris Jericho 1 December 9, 2001 San Diego, CA Jericho won a four man one night tournament consisting of himself, The Rock, Steve Austin and Kurt Angle to unify the World Championship, with the WWF Championship at Vengeance. Austin defeated Angle to advance to the finals while Jericho defeated The Rock and subsequently defeated Austin in the finals. 9 98
After being unified with the World Heavyweight Championship the title was renamed the unified title was named the WWF Undisputed Championship.
Triple H 5 March 17, 2002 Toronto, ON Won title at WrestleMania X8 and was the last WWF Champion before the brand extension was established. 2 35
Hulk Hogan 6 April 21, 2002 Kansas City, MO Hogan won the title at Backlash. 3 28
Renamed the WWE Undisputed Championship on May 5, 2002.
The Undertaker 4 May 19, 2002 Nashville, TN Won title at Judgment Day. 7 63
The Rock 7 July 21, 2002 Detroit, MI Pinned Kurt Angle in a Triple Threat match at Vengeance that also involved The Undertaker. Marks his record setting seventh reign. 1 35
Brock Lesnar 1 August 25, 2002 Uniondale, NY Won title at Summerslam. The title was renamed the WWE Championship on September 3, 2002 in Uncasville, CT after Lesnar becomes a SmackDown!-exclusive superstar and Eric Bischoff created the World Heavyweight Championship and awarded it to Triple H. 7 84
The Big Show 2 November 17, 2002 New York, NY Won title at Survivor Series. 3 28
Kurt Angle 3 December 15, 2002 Sunrise, FL Won title at Armageddon. 5 105
Brock Lesnar 2 March 30, 2003 Seattle, WA Won title at WrestleMania XIX. 5 119
Kurt Angle 4 July 27, 2003 Denver, CO Pinned Lesnar in a Triple Threat match at Vengeance that also involved The Big Show. 3 51
Brock Lesnar 3 September 16, 2003 Raleigh, NC This was a 60-minute Iron Man match that happened on Smackdown. 7 152
Eddie Guerrero 1 February 15, 2004 San Francisco, CA Won title at No Way Out. 8 133
John "Bradshaw" Layfield 1 June 27, 2004 Norfolk, VA This was a Texas Bullrope match that occurred at the Great American Bash. 13 280
John Cena 1 April 3, 2005 Los Angeles, CA Won title at WrestleMania 21, the title became RAW-exclusive on June 6, 2005 in St. Louis, MO when Cena moves to RAW as the first pick in the 2005 Draft Lottery. 14 280
Edge 1 January 8, 2006 Albany, NY Cashed in his "Money in the Bank" contract from WrestleMania 21 after Cena won an Elimination Chamber match at New Year's Revolution just minutes earlier. 2 21
John Cena 2 January 29, 2006 Miami, FL Won title at the Royal Rumble. 8 133
Rob Van Dam 1 June 11, 2006 New York, NY Cashed in his "Money in the Bank" contract from WrestleMania 22. This was an Extreme Rules match at One Night Stand. 3 22
Edge 2 July 3, 2006 Philadelphia, PA Pinned Rob Van Dam in a Triple Threat match on the July 3 edition of Raw that also involved John Cena. 3 76
John Cena 3 September 17, 2006 Toronto, ON This was a Tables, Ladders, and Chairs match at Unforgiven. 13 380
Vacated on the October 2 edition of ECW when Cena suffered a torn right pectoral tendon on the October 1 edition of Raw.
Randy Orton 1 October 7, 2007 Rosemont, IL Awarded the title by Vince McMahon at No Mercy. 1 0
Triple H 6 October 7, 2007 Rosemont, IL Won the title at No Mercy. 2 0
Randy Orton 2 October 7, 2007 Rosemont, IL This was a Last Man Standing match at No Mercy. 8 203
Triple H 7 April 27, 2008 Baltimore, ML This was a Fatal Four Way Match at Backlash. 11 210
Edge 3 November 23, 2008 Boston, MA Won in a Triple Threat match also featuring Vladimir Kozlov at Survivor Series. 1 21
Jeff Hardy 1 December 14, 2008 Buffalo, NY Won in a Triple Threat match also featuring Triple H at Armageddon. 1 42
Edge 4 January 25, 2009 Detroit, MI Won in a no disqualification match at the Royal Rumble. 1 21
Triple H 8 February 15, 2009 Seattle, WA Won in an Elimination Chamber Match also featuring Edge, Jeff Hardy, The Undertaker, Big Show, and Vladimir Kozlov at No Way Out. 2 70
Randy Orton 3 April 26, 2009 Providence, RI Won in a six-man tag match at Backlash between Orton and The Legacy vs. Triple H, Shane McMahon, and Batista after pinning Triple H. 2 42
Batista 1 June 7, 2009 New Orleans, LA Won in a Steel Cage match at Extreme Rules. TBA 2
The title is vacated on June 09, 2009 when Batista suffers a torn left bicep.
Randy Orton 4 June 15, 2009 Charlotte, NC Defeated John Cena, Big Show, and Triple H in a Fatal Four Way for the vacant title on Raw. 2 90
John Cena 4 September 13, 2009 Montreal, Quebec Defeated Randy Orton in a "I Quit" match at Breaking Point. 1 21
Randy Orton 5 October 4, 2009 Cleveland, OH Defeated John Cena in a Hell in a Cell match at Hell in a Cell. 1 21
John Cena 5 October 25, 2009 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Defeated Randy Orton in a Iron Man Match at Bragging Rights 2 49
Sheamus 1 December 13, 2009 San Antonio, Texas Defeated John Cena Tables Match at TLC 2009 3 70
John Cena 6 February 21, 2010 St. Louis, Missouri Defeated Sheamus , Triple H, Randy Orton, Ted DiBiase and Kofi Kingston in an Elimination Chamber Match at Elimination Chamber 2010 1 0
Batista 2 February 21, 2010 St. Louis, Missouri Defeated John Cena after the Elimination Chamber Match at Elimination Chamber 2010 1 35
John Cena 7 March 28, 2010 Glendale, Arizona Defeated Batista at WrestleMania XXVI 3 84
Sheamus 2 June 20, 2010 Uniondale, New York Defeated John Cena, Randy Orton, Edge at Fatal 4-Way 2010 5 91
Randy Orton 6 September 19, 2010 Chicago, Illinois This was a Six-Pack Challenge Elimination match also involving Edge, John Cena, Chris Jericho and Wade Barrett. 5 64
The Miz 1 November 22, 2010 Orlando, Florida Won after cashing in the Money in the Bank contract on Raw. 7 160
John Cena 8 May 1, 2011 Tampa, FL Won at Extreme Rules 2011 3 77
CM Punk 1 July 17, 2011 Rosemont, IL Won at Money in the Bank 2011 and left the company with the belt. Punk returned just two weeks later on RAW, still claiming to be champion. This led to an Undisputed WWE Championship match at SummerSlam 2011. 1 28
Rey Mysterio 1 July 25, 2011 Hampton, Virginia Won a tournament on Raw after Punk had left the company with the title. 1 0
John Cena 9 July 25, 2011 Hampton, Virginia Won on Raw after Mysterio was forced to defend his title the same night he won it. CM Punk would return, leading to the Undisputed WWE Championship match at SummerSlam 2011 1 20
Alberto Del Rio 1 August 14, 2011 Los Angeles, California Defeated CM Punk, who had just become undisputed WWE Champion after defeating John Cena. Del Rio cashed in his Money in the Bank briefcase after Punk had been attacked by Kevin Nash. 2 35
John Cena 10 September 18, 2011 Buffalo, New York Won at Night of Champions 2011. 1 14
Alberto Del Rio 2 October 2, 2011 New Orleans, Los Angeles This was a Triple Threat Hell in a Cell match also involving CM Punk. Del Rio pinned Punk to win the title. 2 49
CM Punk 2 November 20, 2011 New York City, New York Won at Survivor Series 2011. 20 434
The Rock 8 January 27, 2013 Phoenix, AZ Won at Royal Rumble 2013. 2 70
John Cena 11 April 7, 2013 East Rutherford, New Jersey Won at WrestleMania 29. 4 133
Daniel Bryan 1 August 18, 2013 Los Angeles, California Won at SummerSlam 2013 1 0
Randy Orton 7 August 18, 2013 Los Angeles, California Cashed in his "Money in the Bank" contract from Money in the Bank 2013 to win at SummerSlam 2013 1 28
Daniel Bryan 2 September 15, 2013 Detroit, Michigan Won at Night of Champions 2013 0 1
Vacated after a controversial finish between Bryan and Orton the next night on Raw.
Randy Orton 8 October 27, 2013 Miami, Florida Won at Hell in a Cell 2013 5 161
Daniel Bryan 3 April 6, 2014 New Orleans Won at WrestleMania XXX 1 64
Bryan was stripped of the title due to a neck injury on Raw.
John Cena 12 June 29, 2014 Boston, Massachusetts Defeated Alberto Del Rio, Bray Wyatt, Cesaro, Kane, Randy Orton, Roman Reigns and Sheamus in a Ladder match to win the vacant title at Money in the Bank 2014. 2 49
Brock Lesnar 4 August 17, 2014 Los Angeles Won at SummerSlam 2014 1 124+

List of reign lengths

As of December 19, 2014.
Wrestler Days Held Date Won Date Lost
Bruno Sammartino 2,803 May 17, 1963 January 18, 1971
Bob Backlund 2,135 February 20, 1978 December 26, 1983
Hulk Hogan 1,474 January 23, 1984 February 5, 1988
Bruno Sammartino (2) 1,237 December 10, 1973 April 30, 1977
Pedro Morales 1,027 February 8, 1971 December 1, 1973
CM Punk (2) 434 November 20, 2011 January 27, 2013
John Cena (3) 380 September 17, 2006 October 2, 2007
Randy Savage 371 March 27, 1988 April 2, 1989
Hulk Hogan (2) 364 April 2, 1989 April 1, 1990
Diesel 358 November 26, 1994 November 19, 1995
Superstar Billy Graham 296 April 30, 1977 February 20, 1978
The Ultimate Warrior 293 April 1, 1990 January 19, 1991
Yokozuna (2) 280 June 13, 1993 March 20, 1994
John "Bradshaw" Layfield 280 June 27, 2004 April 3, 2005
John Cena 280 April 3, 2005 January 8, 2006
Hulk Hogan (3) 248 March 24, 1991 November 27, 1991
Bret Hart (2) 248 March 20, 1994 November 23, 1994
Shawn Michaels 231 March 31, 1996 November 17, 1996
Triple H (7) 210 April 27, 2008 November 23, 2008
Randy Orton (2) 203 October 7, 2007 April 27, 2008
Steve Austin (5) 175 April 1, 2001 September 23, 2001
Bret Hart 174 October 12, 1992 April 4, 1993
Randy Orton (8) 161 October 27, 2013 April 6, 2014
The Miz 160 November 22, 2010 May 1, 2011
Brock Lesnar (3) 152 September 16, 2003 February 15, 2004
Randy Savage (2) 149 April 5, 1992 September 1, 1992
Shawn Michaels (3) 140 November 9, 1997 March 29, 1998
John Cena (11) 133 April 7, 2013 August 18, 2013
Bret Hart (3) 133 November 19, 1995 March 31, 1996
The Undertaker (2) 133 March 23, 1997 August 3, 1997
Eddie Guerrero 133 February 15, 2004 June 27, 2004
John Cena (2) 133 January 29, 2006 June 11, 2006
Kurt Angle 126 October 22, 2000 February 25, 2001
Brock Lesnar (4) 124+ August 17, 2014 Current champion
The Rock (5) 119 June 25, 2000 October 22, 2000
Brock Lesnar (2) 119 March 30, 2003 July 27, 2003
Triple H (3) 118 January 3, 2000 April 30, 2000
Kurt Angle (3) 105 December 15, 2002 March 30, 2003
Bret Hart (5) 98 August 3, 1997 November 9, 1997
Chris Jericho 98 December 9, 2001 March 17, 2002
Steve Austin 91 March 29, 1998 June 28, 1998
Sheamus (2) 91 June 20, 2010 September 19, 2010
Steve Austin (2) 90 June 29, 1998 September 28, 1998
Randy Orton (4) 90 June 15, 2009 September 13, 2009
John Cena (7) 84 March 28, 2010 June 20, 2010
Brock Lesnar 84 August 25, 2002 November 17, 2002
John Cena (8) 77 May 1, 2011 July 17, 2011
Ric Flair 77 January 19, 1992 April 5, 1992
Edge (2) 76 July 3, 2006 September 17, 2006
The Rock (8) 70 January 27, 2013 April 7, 2013
Sheamus 70 December 13, 2009 February 21, 2010
Hulk Hogan (5) 70 April 4, 1993 June 13, 1993
Triple H (8) 70 February 15, 2009 April 26, 2009
Daniel Bryan (3) 64 April 6, 2014 June 9, 2014
Randy Orton (6) 64 September 19, 2010 November 22, 2010
Sgt. Slaughter 64 January 19, 1991 March 24, 1991
Sycho Sid 63 November 17, 1996 January 19, 1997
The Undertaker (4) 63 May 19, 2002 July 21, 2002
Steve Austin (6) 62 October 8, 2001 December 9, 2001
Steve Austin (3) 56 March 28, 1999 May 23, 1999
Steve Austin (4) 55 June 28, 1999 August 22, 1999
Kurt Angle (4) 51 July 27, 2003 September 16, 2003
The Big Show 50 November 14, 1999 January 3, 2000
Triple H (2) 49 September 26, 1999 November 14, 1999
John Cena (5) 49 October 25, 2009 December 13, 2009
Alberto Del Rio (2) 49 October 2, 2011 November 20, 2011
John Cena (12) 49 June 29, 2014 August 17, 2014
The Rock 44 November 15, 1998 December 29, 1998
Jeff Hardy 42 December 14, 2008 January 25, 2009
Randy Orton (3) 42 April 26, 2009 June 7, 2009
Ric Flair (2) 41 September 1, 1992 October 12, 1992
The Rock (3) 41 February 15, 1999 March 28, 1999
The Undertaker (3) 36 May 23, 1999 June 28, 1999
Alberto Del Rio 35 August 14, 2011 September 18, 2011
Triple H (4) 35 May 21, 2000 June 25, 2000
The Rock (6) 35 February 25, 2001 April 1, 2001
Triple H (5) 35 March 17, 2002 April 21, 2002
The Rock (7) 35 July 21, 2002 August 25, 2002
Batista (2) 35 February 21, 2010 March 28, 2010
Sycho Sid (2) 34 February 17, 1997 March 23, 1997
The Iron Sheik 28 December 26, 1983 January 23, 1984
Hulk Hogan (6) 28 April 21, 2002 May 19, 2002
The Big Show (2) 28 November 17, 2002 December 15, 2002
CM Punk 28 July 17, 2011 August 14, 2011
Randy Orton (7) 28 August 18, 2013 September 15, 2013
Mankind 26 December 29, 1998 January 24, 1999
Shawn Michaels (2) 25 January 19, 1997 February 13, 1997
Triple H 22 August 23, 1999 September 14, 1999
Rob Van Dam 22 June 11, 2006 July 3, 2006
Buddy Rogers 22 April 25, 1963 May 17, 1963
Ivan Koloff 21 January 18, 1971 February 8, 1971
The Rock (4) 21 April 30, 2000 May 21, 2000
Edge 21 January 8, 2006 January 29, 2006
Edge (3) 21 November 23, 2008 December 14, 2008
Edge (4) 21 January 25, 2009 February 15, 2009
John Cena (4) 21 September 13, 2009 October 4, 2009
Randy Orton (5) 21 October 4, 2009 October 25, 2009
John Cena (9) 20 July 25, 2011 August 14, 2011
Mankind (2) 20 January 26, 1999 February 15, 1999
Kurt Angle (2) 15 September 23, 2001 October 8, 2001
John Cena (10) 14 September 18, 2011 October 2, 2011
Stan Stasiak 9 December 1, 1973 December 10, 1973
The Undertaker 6 November 27, 1991 December 3, 1991
Vince McMahon 6 September 14, 1999 September 20, 1999
Bob Backlund (2) 3 November 23, 1994 November 26, 1994
The Rock (2) 2 January 24, 1999 January 26, 1999
Batista 2 June 7, 2009 June 9, 2009
Hulk Hogan (4) 1 December 3, 1991 December 4, 1991
Bret Hart (4) 1 February 16, 1997 February 17, 1997
Kane 1 June 28, 1998 June 29, 1998
Mankind (3) 1 August 22, 1999 August 23, 1999
Daniel Bryan (2) 1 September 15, 2013 September 16, 2013
Triple H (6) 0
(2:30:00)
October 7, 2007
Rey Mysterio 0
(02:00:00)
July 25, 2011
Randy Orton 0
(24:00)
October 7, 2007
Daniel Bryan 0
(05:25)
August 18, 2013
Yokozuna 0
(02:30)
April 4, 1993
John Cena (6) 0
(01:10)
February 21, 2010
André the Giant 0
(00:45)
February 5, 1988

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