Bully Ray & Mark Henry on whether Randy Orton and Ricochet should feud

Randy Orton will be taking part in a 10-man tag team match at WWE Crown Jewel, where he will be taking on very talented superstars. Orton delivered an RKO to Ricochet on this week’s episode of Monday Night RAW, which fans in attendance liked a lot.



On SiriusXM’s Busted Open Radio, Bully Ray and Mark Henry praised Randy and said he brings out the best in young talent.

“I’ve been saying for a long time, when it comes to Randy Orton, the problem is not Randy Orton,” Bully Ray said. “The problem is finding the right guy to compliment Randy Orton.” From there, Ray questioned whether or not Ricochet could become someone to have a good program with Orton, to which Henry thinks so.

“I think that it’ll have legs, I loved him and AJ Styles, but I think that this would even more,” he said. “Randy would bring Ricochet out of his shell, he’s going to have to, because if you’re in the ring Randy is going to talk about your mama, man, Randy don’t care. He will talk about your wife and kids, he’ll talk about ‘Oh, I saw you out there with that girl, is that your girlfriend or is that one of your side pieces?,’ Randy don’t care, he’ll bring it out of you.”

The two then talked about Orton being ”a great guy” and that he does not care when it comes to going to the ring and performing. They discussed how fans would not blame Orton if the feud did not go well and would blame Ricochet instead, testing him.

“I think Ricochet is confused about what leadership is because he’s young,” Henry said. “He hasn’t had a dancing partner where the dancing partner says ‘Hey man, you call it, I want to see what you get,’ and Randy is going to do that. Randy is going to try him, Randy’s going to see, like, are you just a one-trick pony.”

We wonder which team will come out on top at WWE Crown Jewel.


Harrison Carter
Harrison Carter
Harrison Carter has been a huge pro wrestling fan since 2002, and it's been his first love ever since then. He has years of writing experience for all things pro wrestling. His interests outside of wrestling include films, books and soccer.

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