Randy Orton Posts Cryptic WWE Hiatus Video

Randy Orton posted a new video teasing his WWE return, and ideas for it. He wrote, “Brooklyn Rose Orton puttin ideas in her daddy’s head 🤔.” You can view the video below.



Orton teamed with Ric Flair in Evolution years back. WWE Hall Of Famer The ‘Nature Boy’ Ric Flair has been regarded as one of the greatest pro wrestlers to have ever laced up a pair of boots in the world of professional wrestling. He is also a man full of controversies and has had trouble with a lot of pro wrestlers and pro wrestling personalities. One of them includes WWE legend, Teddy Long. Bret Hart also previously called out Ric Flair for ‘flat out lie.’

One of the previous episodes of Vice’s Dark Side Of The Ring last year series focused on the infamous Plane Ride From Hell incident and it immediately brought the heat on Ric Flair, Tommy Dreamer, and others. Things have calmed down since then but it seems Ric Flair is still never afraid of speaking his mind.

Ric Flair recently announced he would have his final in-ring match on July 31 at the Nashville Fairgrounds where he will team up with Andrade El Idolo, who is now his son-in-law and square off against Jay Lethal and Jeff Jarrett. He ended up winning his final match as well.

On his To Be The Man podcast, the WWE Hall of Famer talked about how his real-life brother had contacted him but he turned it down.

“My actual brother reached out to me, about a year ago. He wanted to get together. I declined. Where do you go from there? What are you going to talk about? That used to exhaust me. Wanting to know. Kids they need to know your medical background. I was so happy with my parents and I’m so lucky to have them, I never looked back and thought about it. I don’t know if they thought the same way, but I certainly did.

My mother probably thought I was stillborn. That’s what they told a lot of the girls whose kids ended up with the Tennessee Children’s Home Society in Memphis — their babies were dead, and they just needed to sign a couple of papers. Adoption papers. Most of these girls were poor and uneducated. Some were even under sedation.”

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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