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Randy Orton Explains Why He Wishes He Had A Different Finishing Move

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• Randy Orton Explains Why He Wishes He Had A Different Finishing Move

During a recent interview with FOX2, RAW Superstar Randy Orton talked about being in the WWE for 20 years.

Below are the highlights:

On why he wishes he had a different finishing move:

“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.”

On how he trains at this point in his career:

“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.”

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• Old School WWF/ECW Veteran Celebrates His Birthday

Old School WWF/ECW Veteran Tony DeVito (Real name: Anthony F. DeVito) celebrates his 50th birthday today.

DeVito wrestled for the World Wrestling Federation as an enhancement talent from 1992 till 1996 and later in his career became a member of ‘The Baldies’ in Paul Heyman’s Extreme Championship Wrestling.

The last time we saw him on television was in 2006, when he appeared on 2 ECW on ScyFy (WWE’s version of ECW) shows, first as Macho Libre, then as a faux preacher, both times to get destroyed by ECW Original The Sandman.


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