Drew McIntyre speaks about Randy Orton

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Drew McIntyre speaks about Randy Orton

During his long WWE career, Randy Orton has won the WWE Championship ten times and the heavyweight title four times. The Viper has also won the Raw Tag Team Championship twice and once each the Intercontinental Championship, the World Tag Team Championship and the Smackdown Tag Team Championship, making him the 10th wrestler in history to have completed the Grand Slam.

The 'Legend Killer' holds the record for most attendance at WWE pay-per-view events. On April 3, on the second night of Wrestlemania 38, RK-Bro maintained their tag team titles by repelling the onslaught of Alpha Academy and Street Profits.

In a recent interview with 'SHAK Wrestling', Drew McIntyre described Orton's change both in and out of the ring. The former WWE Champion has revealed he has never seen Randy so happy.

Drew McIntyre comments on Randy Orton

“I am deeply in love with wrestling at this stage of my career.

Roman Reigns and the other Bloodline members have done an amazing job over the past two years. For my part, I'm delighted to team up with Randy Orton and Riddle. They have had a lot of fun together over the last year. It's the first time I've seen Randy so happy both in and out of the ring,” said Drew McIntyre.

In the latest edition of the 'Out of Character' podcast, Orton had beautiful words for Dolph Ziggler: “Dolph is one of the most underrated superstars on the WWE roster, there is no doubt about it. I am very sorry for him, as he has talent out of the ordinary.

Ziggler is probably the best worker of my generation. I don't know if anyone has ever said it, but I assure you it is the truth”. 'The Viper' recently celebrated the 20th anniversary of his WWE debut. “I have changed a lot during the trip.

My wife was fundamental, it was a team effort in some ways. I was lucky, having had the opportunity to learn from legends like John Cena, Edge and Triple H." Randy Orton and Riddle were initially supposed to take on Jimmy and Jey Uso in a tag team title unification match at WrestleMania Backlash.

However, the plans were changed, and RK-Bro will now be teaming up with Drew McIntyre to take on Roman Reigns and The Usos. As per reports, this was the original plan all along. As per Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, WWE advertising a tag team title unification match at WrestleMania Backlash was merely a swerve.

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