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Randy Orton Reveals What The Undertaker & Him Have In Common

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• Randy Orton Reveals What The Undertaker & Him Have In Common

During a WWE video interview, Ruthless Aggression Era Legend Randy Orton revealed that after more than 20 years with the company, he still does not plan to leave any time soon.

Here’s what the former Legend Killer had to say:

“You know, a lot of people ask me what my legacy will be? I think, if we are talking WWE, more specifically.

My legacy will be, that I was the next guy after The Undertaker, that was the only person that never went anywhere else, and had more matches, more titles, more accolades.”

Undertaker recently praised Orton on Twitter:

“Randy Orton is one of the best to ever do it & I really enjoyed the times we faced each other through the years!”

After his first WWF main roster match on the May 6th 2001 episode of Sunday Night Heat, where he jobbed to Billy Gunn, Randy Orton made his official main roster debut on the April 25th 2002 episode of ‘WWF SmackDown!’ with a victory over Hardcore Holly.

The son of WWF Legend ‘Cowboy’ Bob Orton Jr. has been one of the biggest names in WWE ever since and has won countless championships along the line, including 14 World Titles (10x WWE Champion & 4x World Heavyweight Champion) and 2 Royal Rumble wins (2009 & 2017).

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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (April 10, 1999) – WWF House Show

On this day in Pro Wrestling history on April 10, 1999, the World Wrestling Federation held an untelevised house show at the Cincinnati Gardens in Cincinnati, Ohio.

This live event featured matches on the road to the ‘WWF Backlash 1999’ pay-per-view.

The results can be found below:

Christian, Edge & The Acolytes defeated Skull, 8-Ball, Brian Christopher & Scott Taylor

The Godfather defeated Tiger Ali Singh

WWF Intercontinental Champion Goldust defeated Mankind and Ken Shamrock

Al Snow defeated Darren Drozdov

The Big Show defeated the Rock by DQ

WWF Hardcore Champion Bob Holly defeated Gangrel

The New Age Outlaws defeated Owen Hart & Jeff Jarrett

D’Lo Brown & Ivory defeated Val Venis & Tori

WWF Tag Team Champions Kane & X-Pac defeated the Big Boss Man & Triple H

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