Randy Orton's condition worries WWE

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Randy Orton's condition worries WWE

Randy Orton hasn't set foot in the ring for a couple of months and fans are starting to wonder what his actual condition is. The Viper and Riddle had lost their Raw tag team titles to the Usos and were then brutalized by the full Bloodline.

That narrative twist had allowed Randy to take a break, aimed at resolving a back injury that had been tormenting him for some time. The 'Legend Killer' is an absolute icon of this business, having made its way into the hearts of millions of fans around the planet.

In addition to being a 14-time world champion, he has won the Raw Tag Team Championship twice and once each the Intercontinental title, the United States Championship, the World Tag Team Championship and the Smackdown Tag Team Championship.

As if that weren't enough, he has won the Royal Rumble twice and the Money in the Bank once.

New details on Randy Orton

According to reports from Dave Meltzer - a well-known correspondent for the Wrestling Observer - there is a lot of concern about Randy Orton's condition.

It was initially speculated that the former WWE Champion would be ready for Royal Rumble 2023, but there is no certainty at the moment. "There is a lot of concern about Randy Orton's back injury. It is more serious than previously thought” - reported Meltzer.

The Viper has had a myriad of criticisms during his long career, but he has never stopped fighting. In the latest edition of 'The Extreme Life', Matt Hardy had beautiful words for his former WWE colleague: “I think Randy is a terrific athlete.

Those who argue that Orton doesn't work hard, is listless and has an arrogant attitude, know nothing about him and don't know the basics of professional wrestling. When it comes to traditional schooling and storytelling within a match, I can't think of anyone who is better than Randy." We hope to see him back in the ring soon.

Road Dogg has revealed that Randy Orton had no problems losing to Rusev (Miro in AEW) on an episode of SmackDown leading up to Hell in a Cell 2017. "Randy is such a pro that he was probably happy as a pig in poop to be done in ten seconds.

That's what a pro Randy Orton is because he realizes that's not the meat and potatoes, man," stated Road Dogg. "What happens between the bell, the holy mackerel aspect that came out of the cheat, and the quick victory. It was like, 'Oh my god, they screwed him over.' "

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