Shayna Baszler pays tribute to Randy Orton



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Shayna Baszler pays tribute to Randy Orton

In recent months, one of the Monday Night Raw fighters who has had the most limelight on her is definitely one of the members of the federation duo champions, Shayna Baszler. The former MMA fighter, who in fact made a strange collaboration with Nia Jax, who at first was leaking everywhere and who now seems to be going well, at the beginning of his pro-wrestler career had to fight and not a little with the fans of the WWE Universe, who for months have insisted, criticizing the ways of doing and the not exactly "cheerful" style of the wrestler, saying on several occasions that Shayna was very boring both in the ring and on the microphone.

Apparently, after having suffered several chants against and several accusations from WWE fans, Shayna Baszler would also have received important advice from her colleagues, with great superstars like Randy Orton and AJ Styles, who wanted to give a pat on the back to the wrestler, assuring her that she is doing a good job in the McMahon rings.

In her last interview released for the occasion to the microphones of Renee Paquette's Podcast, the personal broadcast of the former WWE interviewer, as well as the wife of Jon Moxley, (former Dean Ambrose of McMahon), Shayna Baszler wanted to reveal her thoughts.

Randy Orton is one of the most respected veterans in WWE

She said, "So, it's been a big and beautiful learning curve, but I think the important thing is to feel good about yourself and not necessarily others and that was taught by Randy Orton, with phrases like, 'Don't cure fans who tell you you're boring' AJ Styles gives me great advice every time, as well as all the other guys, but it still remains a difficult budget and with which to question you every time, especially for those like me who have an old school style, but I also know that we are no longer in the past and wrestling has modernized, so you have to keep up with the times in this crazy process."

Randy Orton made his WWE main roster debut way back in 2002 and went on to become one of the greatest heels of all time. His early years were marred with controversy, as Orton had a reputation for having issues with his attitude.

Orton improved himself with each passing year and became a highly respected athlete. Shayna Baszler's wrestling style is something that's not every fan's cup of tea, and many of them criticized her for the same, upon her move to the main roster.

Randy Orton himself has been criticized for his wrestling style at many points in his career, but he never let it go to his head and kept improving his skillset.