“46 World Championships”- A Stat Proves Why OVW 4 Class Of 2002 Is The Greatest Ever

WWE is the biggest pro wrestling company on earth right now, with wrestlers from across the world dreaming to become a part of the company’s roster one day. The company has had a developmental system in place since year. It has transitioned from OVW to FCW to NXT. All three brands helped WWE gain massive stars, but the OVW Class of 2002 has a different level altogether.

The four Superstars of that batch, namely Brock Lesnar, Batista, John Cena and Randy Orton, went on to become major Superstars in WWE history. All four Superstars have massive star power and can sell out any arena on the planet if there is a match between any of the four names.

Brock Lesnar, John Cena and Randy Orton are still members of the WWE roster, while Batista wrestled his last match against Triple H at WrestleMania 35 in 2019. Cena and Lesnar are part-timers, while Orton still works as a full-timer on the WWE RAW roster.


Sharing a stat about their world championship reigns as they celebrated their 20th anniversary in WWE, a Twitter user wrote:

“The OVW 4 class of 2002 have now officially all had their 20 year anniversary’s in @WWE this year. A total of 46 world championships between the 4. Greatest developmental class ever and we are getting old.”


Brock Lesnar seems like the only OVW batch member who will be at SummerSlam this year

As mentioned ahead, Batista has called it a day on his pro wrestling career, while Randy Orton is currently nursing an injury. He is unlikely to wrestle this year. John Cena returned to RAW recently, where he informed fans that he does not know when he will wrestle his next match.

Meanwhile, their batchmate Brock Lesnar will main event the upcoming SummerSlam premium live event in an Undisputed Universal Championship match against Roman Reigns.



Vinay Chhabria is a cricket and WWE enthusiast who supports Roman Reigns and Gujarat Titans. He has been following cricket for the last 15 years and WWE since 2016.

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