Randy Orton reflects on his WWE career

Many consider Randy Orton to be the greatest WWE Superstar of all time

by Simone Brugnoli
Randy Orton reflects on his WWE career
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Many consider Randy Orton to be the greatest WWE Superstar of all time, and it’s not hard to see why: he’s achieved pretty much everything a wrestler could ever hope for in his career. And now that WWE’s direction has changed and the creative team operates differently than before, Randy opened up about the differences between before and after.

In an interview with the YouTube channel “Adam’s Apple,” which we’ve already shared with you, Randy Orton talked about how the creative process has changed since Vince McMahon stepped down from his previous position.

Now, with the new leadership, they’ve moved on to longer-term planning.

The Viper has no doubts

Randy Orton is one of the WWE's multiple world champions who has won the most over the last 20 years in the rings of the Stamford federation, beating every wrestler currently still active and also many other legends now retired; from Undertaker to Triple H, passing through The Rock and John Cena, up to Hulk Hogan.

“With Nick Khan, Triple H and Bruce Prichard, a lot of things have changed creatively: they think months and months in advance. Before, everything was always very thrown up in the air and managed by incompetents, plans were changed a few minutes before the show started...

And I don't mean it happened every now and then: it happened every week”. Now Randy Orton couldn't help but notice that you no longer live in a frustrating and stressful environment like it was in the past, because now you are more meticulous and you tend to plan a lot more.

“Within two or three hours you find yourself having no idea what you are supposed to do and that is very stressful and you will never be able to provide the best product in the world if you do that every week. There was never a point of view, there was never a question of how things could be better. Sure, even now you have to make changes, but you don't do it ten minutes before going live”.

Randy Orton