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Randy Orton on John Cena pulling out of Crown Jewel

We noted before how other WWE Superstars tried to avoid questions about the upcoming Crown Jewel PPV. However, Randy Orton offered some interesting takes on them.

TMZ recently caught up with Orton while he was in the airport, boarding for the country, and when asked what does he expects from it, Randy said he expects “a long flight, shitty airplane food, and a hot plane.”

The reporter then asked about the reports of stars being unhappy about going to the country, and replying to it the former World Champion said: “We’re at the airport, aren’t we?”

When questioned about John Cena pulling out of the event, Randy pulled a masterstroke and took a stiff shot at his longtime rival saying “Does he still wrestle? I didn’t know he pulled out.”

Finally, when the reporter talked about the bad publicity the event has been getting, the Legend Killer said that he has five kids to provide for and implied that he is a company man:

“I’ve got 5 kids, I gotta go make that dollar. If they want me in Saudi, I’m going to Saudi.”

What did you think about Randy Orton’s comments? Let us know your thoughts in the comment section below. You can check out the full video featuring Orton below:

  • Steven Stevens

    You have a negative about everyone with more money than you. Get a better job.

  • Kristopher Robinson

    True, but hes doing what he loves. On, arguably, the greatest stage of them all. As much money as he has now, it’s not about his family, it’s about his family generations to come. And that’s America/the world.. money rules everything

  • Kristopher Robinson

    Good for him. Hes an entertainer and performer, no need to worry about politics.

  • Rinn13

    I love when millionaire sports stars and celebrities use that “I’ve got a family to feed” BS when excusing chasing more millions. Millions of people in the US alone manage to support families just fine on a fraction of what these idiots make, and yet they need millions of dollars to “feed their families”. And they expect poor and working people to sympathize.

  • MT McGee

    Well, I just lost a lot of respect for Orton, not that I had much for him in the first place.