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WWE Officials Are Concerned About Randy Orton

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• WWE Officials Are Concerned About Randy Orton

14-Time WWE World Heavyweight Champion Randy Orton is currently out of action with a back injury.

He hasn’t wrestled since May and was written off WWE programming after being viciously assaulted by Roman Reigns.

Orton had to undergo surgery, which resulted in the original plan for the SummerSlam 2022 main event being canceled – Roman Reigns (c) vs. Randy Orton for the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship.

According to the Wrestling Observer, WWE Officials are concerned about Orton’s injury and there’s doubt over his WrestleMania 39 status, which is still 6 months away.

Orton completed 20 years in WWE in April and had a celebration segment on RAW.

Earlier this year, Orton said he’s starting to feel the effects of RKO on his back:

“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.”

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• Old School WWF Legend Would Have Celebrated His Birthday

Today would have been the 56th birthday of Old School WWF Legend Yokozuna (Real name: Rodney Anoai).

WWF New Generation Era Legend Yokozuna was a former 2-time World Wrestling Federation World Heavyweight Champion after defeating both, Bret “The Hitman” Hart (WrestleMania IX) and “The Immortal” Hulk Hogan (King of the Ring 1993) for the title.

His last WWF match came at Survivor Series 1996, where teamed up Flash Funk, “Superfly” Jimmy Snuka & Savio Vega in a traditional Survivor Series elimination match that ended in a double DQ, thus ending a successful 4 year run with the WWF.

In 2012, Yokozuna was posthumously inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame by his cousin Rikishi (Headshrinker Fatu) and Rikishi’s sons The Usos.


October 2, 1966 – October 23, 2000

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