Randy Orton certainly represents the history of the WWE, present, past and future and still today he is one of the main wrestlers of Vince McMahon's company. Son of art Randy has won several titles, has been the protagonist of extraordinary storylines and is one of the best-known wrestlers in this world.
During the last session of Broken Skull Sessions, Randy Orton talked about various themes, especially related to his career in WWE and at one point he named 5 historical wrestlers with whom he would have liked to fight. WWE has published a preview of the episode on the official Fox channel and in these Orton announces the 5 historical wrestlers with whom he would have liked to fight.
Randy Orton will go down in WWE history
In the course of the interview with Stone Cold Steve Austin, The Legend Killer Randy Orton revealed: "You know what Steve is, I've been very lucky to fight with all these wrestling legends, I've always dreamed of being in the ring with these and I had this opportunity.
I have challenged Hogan, Ric Flair, Shawn Michaels and The Undertaker, I'm sorry I never had a chance to fight in the ring with you (referring to Stone Cold), and I also think of other wrestlers like Jake The Snake, Don Muraco, Roddy Piper and of course my father.
My father can't miss it, I really would have liked to fight him." Right now Randy Orton is engaged in an interesting and now interminable feud with The Fiend Bray Wyatt, who disappeared from the ring last December in the TLC Pay Per View where the Legend Killer literally burned the wrestler, now disappeared On the Screen, alive.
The feud, however, continued with Orton busy fighting with The Goddess of the WWE Alexa Bliss and the two will face each other in the next Pay per View in an 'Intergender Match' The feud has continued for some time and Orton could then be engaged in Wrestlemania 37 in a match against Bray Wyatt The Fiend.
Randy Orton is a pro-wrestling legend who has done it all in WWE. The Viper is a 14-time world champion, a two-time Royal Rumble winner, and a former Mr. Money in the Bank. In addition, he has won several mid-card titles in WWE.
Randy Orton made his way to WWE's main roster in 2002 and soon established himself as a cocky, arrogant heel. He won his first world title by defeating Chris Benoit at SummerSlam in 2004 and wrestled The Undertaker at WrestleMania 21 the following year.
Randy Orton has wrestled with a long string of legends, including Mick Foley, The Rock, Edge, John Cena, Hulk Hogan, and many more. What do you think of his list of wrestlers he wishes he would have faced? What's the biggest dream match featuring Orton that never happened? Sound off in the comments.