Randy Orton's reaction to WWE title change



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Randy Orton's reaction to WWE title change

In addition to the dynamics that occur during the shows, the WWE Universe is often curious to know what happens outside of what we see thanks to the cameras. Anecdotes, background and much more are captured by WWE in documentaries that people await with great curiosity.

In the course of the latest WWE 24 documentary, he captured the precise moment Randy Orton congratulated The Miz after winning the title in the Elimination Chamber 2021 Pay per View. end champion Drew McIntyre triumphed once again.

At the end of the match, Bobby Lashley literally destroyed The Scottish Psychopath and subsequently, The Miz arrived who thus collected the Money in the Bank suitcase. Thanks to this segment The Miz after more than 10 years of waiting is back WWE Champion, a recent moment that has literally shocked all the insiders and fans of the WWE Universe.

Randy Orton is a WWE legend

The documentary filmed what happened backstage after the event with Bobby Lashley and Sheamus embracing The Miz once back after the success. Among others, there was also a legend of the company like Randy Orton who approached The Miz and told him: "Congratulations, congratulations hear my friend.

You have earned and deserved all this." After Orton, AJ Styles was also filmed congratulating The A-Lister and telling him he deserved it as no one in the company worked harder than him. After the hugs a final squeeze with WWE Chairman Vince McMahon to conclude.

Unfortunately for him, the reign of The Miz did not last long since only 8 days after the title the wrestler lost the match and consequently the crown against Bobby Lashley, the wrestler who triumphed for the first time and who is still today the WWE Champion.

In November 2010, The Miz cashed in his first Money in the Bank contract on Randy Orton to win the WWE Championship. He held the title for 160 days before losing it to John Cena in May 2011. Although many people doubted whether The Miz would ever become a two-time WWE Champion, he always aimed to hold the title again.

"So many emotions going through my head," he said. "I did it… again. Walking back, I remember standing there, just staring at it, thinking about all the hard work and dedication and sacrifices that it took to get there.

So that was just a moment for me to be present." The Miz’s most recent WWE Championship reign turned out to be one of the shortest in history. Eight days after Elimination Chamber 2021, he lost the title to Bobby Lashley on RAW.