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Randy Orton Comments On Working Through Injuries, His Family Legacy, More



During a recent interview with FOX2 Now, Randy Orton admitted that his body is starting to feel the side effects from performing thousands of RKOs. He said,

“I jump up as high as I can, grab the guy’s neck, and come crashing down to the mat. I’ve been doing it for a very long time and I kind of wish I could go back in time and create a finishing move that didn’t entail me jumping up as high as I can and landing on my back. After doing that a couple of thousand times over the last few decades, I’m starting to feel it.”

Orton also explained that as time goes by, he adjusts his training but also works hurt like every other wrestler: “I’m not lifting a lot of heavy weights or anything. It’s about conditioning. It’s about keeping track of all the other injuries and past injuries that I have and that I’m also always kind of working through. WWE Superstars are all banged, bruised up, and working through injuries, I think that’s one of the reasons we take so much pride in what we do. It’s definitely very hard and I think sometimes our performers make it look very easy.”

“The Viper” said that the legacy of his family might continue even after him: “I’m blessed. I’m 41 years old. I’ve been doing this for 20 years. Growing up in St. Louis, which is historically a wrestling town, being a part of the Orton family, there’s a legacy there, and I’m in control of that legacy now. I look to my five children and their future and you know, who knows? There might be some little Ortons in the ring, you know, fourth-generation superstars in the future. Who knows?”

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