Randy Orton doesn't want to be a coach

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Randy Orton doesn't want to be a coach

Randy Orton is one of the most popular and long-lived wrestlers of the modern era. Suffice it to say that the 'Legend Killer' holds the record for the highest number of pay-per-view appearances in WWE history (having stamped the card 177 times).

Orton's career has taken on new lifeblood in the last period thanks to the bizarre and unthinkable alliance with Riddle, which immediately conquered the public. On January 1, 2022, on 'Day 1', RK-Bro kept the duo belts by repelling the onslaught of the Street Profits, going their way with the titles to life, until the new defeat against the Alpha Academy, but within a few weeks, RK-BRo have revived the titles, becoming champions on Raw again.

In recent days, Randy Orton took part in a very long interview session, to record a documentary about his life and career, which WWE will then most likely broadcast on its WWE Network televisions and in such situations, Orton talked about many things, like Seth Rollins' skill, his first title won in the company and also his future and his legacy.

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In another of his interviews, released on GiveMeSport's microphones, the Legend Killer of the WWE wanted to talk about what he will do once he stops getting into the ring as a performer, saying that most likely he will not be the coach of young recruits.

as many have advised him. In his speech, Randy Orton said in fact: "I don't think I would be a good coach because I could start wandering ... I honestly don't know how to articulate myself in front of a group of inexperienced young people who are entering this business for the first time and who need to learn the basics again.

If there were three, four or five boys, a small group and if we had the opportunity to talk and sit in the ring. If it were a limited number thing, just a small number of people where you don't have to call up and do that stuff, but just talking and maybe watching videotapes, I think it would look good."

If Randy Orton were to take up coaching after retiring from an in-ring competition, he would join many other former WWE Superstars who have done the same, including Shawn Michaels. HBK has managed to translate his natural ring prowess and charisma into coaching young stars in NXT.

For the last month, WWE has been setting up a Tag Team Title unification match between RK-Bro and The Usos at this Sunday's WrestleMania Backlash.