Randy Orton is one of the biggest WWE superstars of the past decade. His work as a heel in his prime was amazing as his facial expressions and movements in the ring were just perfect. Orton, a 12-time champion, has always been one of WWE’s go-to guys. He has been the main event talent for over a decade now, and he is showing no signs of slowing down.
He is a bit older now, but considering the fact that he has been with the company for 15 years, he is still young as he is still in his late 30s. Now, this guy is a special attraction and is entering the status of a legend in the WWE. No matter where he goes, he is going to get cheered as people recognize him as one of the iconic stars in the company.
He had to miss the ending of 2015 and the first half of 2016, but then he came back and made an impact on Smackdown Live. Recently, he talked about his comeback as well as working with Bray and the Wyatt Family.
“I’ve been back since last July and it was a rocky start when I came back from my injury. I had Brock Lesnar at SummerSlam and he’s a machine right there. I got a concussion, got split open, blood all over the place. It kind of put me back a few steps. It took a couple of months to get my feet under me again. Then I got to doing this thing with the Wyatt Family and I don’t remember having this much fun in the ring in a long time. Messing with them. The mind games, The promos. Tagging with Bray. Tagging with Luke.”
Orton was also asked about who he wants to see in the Hall Of Fame. He noted that just a couple of months ago he would say that he wants Kurt Angle. Now, he is going to be inducted, and Randy stated that he would have a bag of popcorn ready if he gets a chance to be announced by Jim Cornette.