​Randy Orton Says He Has At Least Ten Years Left In WWE, Discusses Injury & Return, More


During a recent interview with AfterBuzz TV, WWE Superstar Randy Orton discussed his shoulder injury, how many years he has left in WWE and more. Here are some highlights:

On his shoulder injury: “I had a match October (12) in Chicago. My shoulder got stretched back, and I had a repair 12 years ago that was destroyed. I had a little pain, got an MRI and was told (they) had to fix my shoulder again. I had a new guy do it and had a stabilization done that they do to rugby players get, and they’re some tough customers.”

On when he’ll be back: “A couple months, maybe 3-4, 2 weeks. Maybe there’s an RKO out of nowhere (in Dallas). I’m not quite ready to be back on the road. I still have 5-10 years left, but who knows? I feel like I’m nowhere near done.”

On Daniel Bryan’s retirement and a possible Hall of Fame induction for him: “He wasn’t with the WWE as long as a lot of these Hall of Famers were, but I feel like what he’s put his body through in the business, I would love to see him cutting a speech and getting inducted. He’s a hell of a guy.”

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