Randy Orton, who has been out of action with a shoulder injury since November, is still rehabbing. It’s said that his rehab is coming much slower than expected, but he is recovering from the injury. Orton is expected to start training in Orlando at the WWE Performance Center soon for his comeback in mid-June.
Orton spoke to AfterBuzz TV last month and commented on the 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,” Orton explains. “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.
“I still have 5-10 years left, but who knows? I feel like I’m nowhere near done.”
Orton is expected to be in a top storyline when he returns to action.