Randy Orton Painful Botch Video Revealed

Randy Orton was injured during a botch in a match with Street Profits during WWE Raw, as seen below.



The Rock is one of the biggest names in the history of professional wrestling and sports entertainment. The ‘People’s Champion’ and surefire future WWE Hall of Famer recently turned forty-nine last month but took to social media via Instagram to share this very belated birthday post. A former WWE Champion recently ‘refused’ this major offer involving The Rock.

In the post, it shows WWE female stars, Liv Morgan, Bianca Belair, Bayley, Sonya Deville, Natalya & Tamina toasting the ‘Great One’ and Jungle Cruise star with a bottle of The Rock’s Teremana brand of tequila. Recently released WWE superstar, Ruby Riott was also part of the video.

The Rock would caption the clip on Instagram by saying: : “The Teremana toast of CHAMPIONS. Finally, had a moment to send a proper THANK YOU to these incredible athletes/beautiful ladies, who I consider my family for this amazing Teremana birthday toast! Thanks for being so amazing, thoughtful & straight up cool!!” Before tagging each of the aforementioned ladies and their Instagram accounts.

In other Randy Orton-focused news and notes, during a recent interview on the ‘My Love Letter To Pro Wrestling’, Orton’s tag team partner, ‘The Original Bro’ Riddle discussed his chemistry with ‘The Viper’. Credit to 411 Mania for the following transcription below.

“We had one because I was always talking so much trash about other people and getting in trouble. And Pete’s like, ‘Hey Riddle, what are you doing?’ And I’m like, ‘Nothing. But hey, you need to stop talking about people. People are starting to talk and get mad at you, Pete. And I don’t want to bring all this heat to Broserweights, alright?’ And he just looked at me like, ‘Shut the….’ It’s always been like that dynamic where it’s really Pete. It’s really Randy. I think Randy has so much fun working with me now, just like Pete did because they get to be themselves 100 percent. And it’s almost like because I’m such a goofball, I elevate how serious they are and vice versa because they’re just so serious. It’s that contrast and I think it’s worked out well.”

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