Randy Orton is a 10-time WWE champion and a four-time world heavyweight champion in the company and is known in the industry as “The Legend Killer” and “The Viper.”
Orton has been off television for nearly a year after he suffered a legitimate back injury in a tag-team match with his partner Matt Riddle and his timetable to return to the ring is unclear.
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His father, legendary pro wrestler “Cowboy” Bob Orton, seemed to believe his son may not return to the ring at all.
“He’s training, so we’ll see what happens; I don’t know,” the elder Orton told Sportskeeda. “If he feels like he’s ready to go back, I think he might, but again he’s pretty well taken care of. I don’t think he needs to. And I think the doctors have told him not to. But Randy will do what Randy wants to do.”
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According to the Wrestling Observer Newsletter in April, the current superstar was “nowhere close” to a return while Riddle returned to WWE after WrestleMania 39.
Randy Orton has been a major player in WWE since he made his debut in 2002 in the Evolution faction with Triple H, aka Paul Levesque,…