Is Randy Orton's recovery slower than expected?

According to what was reported by PWInsider, we will have to wait a little longer before seeing Randy Orton in action again

by Lorenzo Ciotti
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Is Randy Orton's recovery slower than expected?

According to what was reported by PWInsider, we will have to wait a little longer before seeing Randy Orton in action again. "Randy Orton needs more time than expected to recover from his back injury." After Randy's injury, his partner Riddle challenged Roman Reigns for the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship on the June 17 episode of SmackDown.

Despite the great efforts made, The Original Bro failed to break the hegemony of the Tribal Chief. Recently, Diamond Dallas Page had nice words for The Viper: "I am watching with great curiosity the evolution of Randy, whose career is not yet over.

I would be amazed if he didn't make it into the all-time Top 5 once he retired. He is still at the top at 42, having been the youngest world champion in WWE history. There are not many who can boast such longevity. Dusty Rhodes, Macho Man, Hulk Hogan, Ric Flair, Roddy Piper and Shawn Michaels come to mind.

Edge is another veteran who surprised me a lot. Nobody expected him to return." Randy Orton has been absent from WWE programming for months due to a back injury. The last appearance of the Viper dates back to last May, when he and Matt Riddle sold the Raw tag tam titles into the hands of the Usos.

The 42-year-old from Knoxville is one of the most iconic superstars of the modern era, having demonstrated a longevity that has very few equals in the business. In addition to being a 14-time world champion, the Legend Killer has each won the Intercontinental Championship, the United States Championship, the World Tag Team Championship and the SmackDown Tag Team Championship once each.

As if that weren't enough, he has won two editions of the Royal Rumble (in 2009 and 2017) and once the Money in the Bank (in 2013). On August 15, 2004, at SummerSlam, Randy became the youngest world champion in WWE history.

"I am watching with great curiosity the evolution of Randy, whose career is not yet over. I would be amazed if he didn't make it into the all-time Top 5 once he retired. He is still at the top at 42, having been the youngest world champion in WWE history.

There are not many who can boast such longevity. Dusty Rhodes, Macho Man, Hulk Hogan, Ric Flair, Roddy Piper and Shawn Michaels come to mind. Edge is another veteran who surprised me a lot. Nobody expected him to return." Randy Orton has been absent from WWE programming for months due to a back injury.

The last appearance of the Viper dates back to last May, when he and Matt Riddle sold the Raw tag tam titles into the hands of the Usos. The 42-year-old from Knoxville is one of the most iconic superstars of the modern era, having demonstrated a longevity that has very few equals in the business.

In addition to being a 14-time world champion, the Legend Killer has each won the Intercontinental Championship, the United States Championship, the World Tag Team Championship and the SmackDown Tag Team Championship once each.

As if that weren't enough, he has won two editions of the Royal Rumble (in 2009 and 2017) and once the Money in the Bank (in 2013). On August 15, 2004, at SummerSlam, Randy became the youngest world champion in WWE history.

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