In recent weeks, two of the most important Superstars of their respective roster, we are talking about NXT and Monday Night Raw, they have said all the colors on their social channels, with Randy Orton (and his wife) who have responded somewhat spicy to a fairly peppery joke by Tommaso Ciampa, ex-absolute champion of the yellow show, who accused the multiple WWE champion of being boring to death in his matches.
After the "quarrel" on social media, which WWE Universe fans have not yet understood if it was a work or a real hatred between the two athletes, it would seem that Randy Orton asked the WWE management to be able to work with not one but two great NXT fighters.
Randy Orton wants to put over top NXT superstars
WrestleTalk reported that Randy Orton is planning to move to the Full Sail University to work with stars like Tommaso Ciampa and NXT Champion Adam Cole. “Our sources tell us that Randy Orton has thrown about the idea of working with some of NXT’s roster, with Ciampa being one of the people he would be keen to work with.
We’ve also heard that other names such as Adam Cole have been discussed”. Although Vince McMahon would always be reluctant to let two Superstars work in the ring who started a real feud on social networks without the company's permission, given the wrestlers at stake, Tommaso Ciampa, Adam Cole and Randy Orton, for this time the patron of the federation could make an exception, preparing a sensational "climb" from NXT for one of the two athletes, thus finally opposing the Legend Killer.
Orton has held the WWE Championship nine times and WWE's World Heavyweight Championship four times. He was the final holder of the World Heavyweight Championship, which he unified with the WWE Championship to become the WWE World Heavyweight Champion by defeating John Cena at TLC: Tables, Ladders & Chairs in 2013.
Orton is recognized by WWE as having the fourth-most world championship victories in history, behind only Cena, Ric Flair, and Triple H. He is the winner of the 2013 Money in the Bank ladder match, as well as the 2009 and 2017 Royal Rumble matches, and has headlined multiple WWE pay-per-view events, including WrestleMania XXV and WrestleMania XXX.
During his initial years in WWE, Randy Orton's gimmick was that of "the Legend Killer", a young and cocky talent who disrespected and usually defeated several legends.