WWE star: The Viper Randy Orton’s father denies his ring comeback

The WWE’s 10-time champion and four-time world heavyweight champion, Randy Orton is also referred to as “The Viper” and “The Legend Killer” in the business.

After suffering a serious back injury in a tag-team battle with his partner Matt Riddle, Orton has been off the air for almost a year. It is unknown when he will make a comeback to the ring.

Legendary professional wrestler “Cowboy” Bob Orton, his father, appeared to think his son might not even enter the ring again.

The senior Orton told Media, “He’s training, so we’ll see what happens; I don’t know. “If he feels prepared to return, I believe he might, but keep in mind that he is generally properly cared for. He doesn’t, in my opinion. I believe the doctors have advised him not to as well. However, Randy will follow his own wishes.

The current superstar was “nowhere close” to making a comeback in April, according to the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, while Riddle joined WWE after WrestleMania 39.

Since his 2002 debut with the Evolution faction alongside Triple H, aka Paul Levesque, Ric Flair, and Batista, whose real name is Dave Bautista, Randy Orton has been a significant role in the WWE. At the age of 24, Orton became the youngest world champion in history.

He has since become one of the best wrestlers in the organization.

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