Randy Orton is a true veteran in the world of professional wrestling as he has worked in WWE for close to twenty years at this point. It seems he has a lot left in the tank and is more than determined to work in WWE for several more years. Triple H also recently approached for a replacement of Randy Orton.
For the few months, Randy Orton has been teaming up with Monday Night RAW Superstar Matt Riddle and together they have been known as Team RK-Bro and have been quite successful since their debut together. They even went on to become RAW Tag Team Champions after defeating AJ Styles and Omos at WWE SummerSlam back in August last year.
They would eventually lose the titles to Alpha Academy earlier this year and since then they have been engaged in a feud with Chad Gable and Otis. They then won back the titles and even defended them at WrestleMania 38. They lost the titles to the Usos and Randy Orton was written off WWE television due to a back injury.
Wicks made an appearance on SmackDown from October 2005 to February 2006, using the name Chad Wicks as part of the tag team “The Dicks” alongside James Dick, who went by the name of Tank Toland. Toland spoke out last year about Wicks being bullied by some of his co-workers backstage during their time in WWE.
In an interview on the Cheap Heat Productions Podcast, Wicks confirmed that he was mistreated behind the scenes:
“Chris Benoit, Randy Orton, Undertaker,” he replied when asked which wrestlers he locked in the bathroom. “I think there was like eight or nine different guys. They were all being cr*ppy to me, so when I left the bathroom all of a sudden I saw there was a lock on the outside of the door. I just wanted a little peace and quiet, bro, I honestly did.”