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Change Made To Randy Orton’s Contract

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Below are some top WWE news stories of the day, involving Randy Orton and Vince McMahon.

• Randy Orton’s contract with WWE was initially scheduled to expire in February 2024.

According to Fightful Select, it is believed that the contract has been extended until 2026 due to the 18 months Orton missed due to his back injury.

• On Logan Paul’s Impaulsive podcast, Randy Orton was asked if he’d like to hold the record for the most World Title wins in WWE history.

Below is what The Legend Killer said:

“Of course I wanna do everything I can man, you know longevity is always the number 1 goal for me & being able to go home, play with my kids, not be in pain, right, that’d be the ultimate goal, but you know as many accomplishments as I can accomplish in WWE, the more the better.”

Here’s the list of the men with the most World Title wins ever:

1. Ric Flair (16)

2. John Cena (16)

3. Triple H (14)

4. Randy Orton (14)

• Sports Illustrated reports that sources within WWE have shared that Vince McMahon has no plans to leave the company.

The focus for McMahon is handling the items assigned to him by Endeavor CEO Ari Emanuel. All accounts internally are that their working relationship remains a positive one.

McMahon recently sold 8.4 million TKO shares at the rate of $76.41 each.

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