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Randy Orton
Randall Keith Orton
  • Birthdate: 04/01/1980 (age 34)
  • Height: 6'5"
  • Weight: 235 Ib

Randy Orton is a third-generation professional ...

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Partial Source: The Wrestling Observer Newsletter

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-- Sin Cara noted on Twitter that he was in Washington, D.C. Saturday night for the WWE Monday Night RAW taping to air tomorrow night. However, he wasn't used at the taping. Sin Cara recently underwent what was described as minor knee surgery. We noted earlier that Sin Cara posted the following on his Twitter account: "Back in Mexico from my knee medical checkup, everything is good, soon I'll be back in the ring." Cara will not be at tonight's WWE SmackDown taping in Richmond, VA. He is still listed on the WWE live events page, though. It's possible he's taking longer to recover than originally expected and he was advertised by mistake as a result. We'll keep you posted as we hear more.

-- As noted earlier here on the website, Ted DiBiase suffered an injury to his finger at the 12/27 (Thursday night) WWE live event in Chicago, Illinois. As a result, current WWE agent/producer Jamie Noble ended up stepping in for DiBiase on the remaining Smackdown live events to take on Fandango (Johnny Curtis). Noble attends all TV tapings and house shows in a management type role.

-- In regards to Randy Orton suffering a recent dislocation of the shoulder at the Tribute to the Troops taping earlier this month, we're told that Orton suffers from hypermobile shoulders as we noted earlier here on the website. For those who may have missed our original report, the condition allows his shoulders to stretch back farther than the average person making him more prone to injuries like dislocation. Another issue is that his shoulder joints can wear out much faster than a normal person making him a strong candidate for osteoarthritis when he is older.

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