When it comes to Randy Orton, he is certainly a future Hall of Famer. There are only a few more names in the sports entertainment who has done it all in their career. Plus, only three superstars in the company holds more world title reigns that The Viper. Currently, he is standing with 13 championships under his belt.

Currently, he is acting as one of the topmost babyface superstars on the Smackdown Live brand. This run has started following his rivalry with Bray Wyatt from this year’s Wrestlemania season. It also led him to have his 13th reign as the WWE Champion.

Over the years, Randy Orton has been the man who had turned both babyface and heels, repeatedly. He is that one of those rarest superstars who can play both face and villain characters under any circumstances and steal get enough attention from the crowd. This is why Vince McMahon had considered being the golden goose of the company.

Recently, The Legend Killer appeared in the Edge & Christian podcast to discuss the character that he enjoys playing on WWE TV. The veteran chose to become a heel over a babyface. Considering the nasty needs, he committed as an on-screen villain; the answer is quite expected. Check out the comments after he was asked to be a heel,

“I love it and I’m gonna use that, hopefully, sooner than later when I turn heel again because I’m sick of this babyface thing, that’s for sure”

He also mentioned Kevin Owens’ name from the Smackdown roster who can own the roster with his heelish antics and the mic skills. So, he is quite jealous of the prizefighter,

“I guess Kevin Owens has it figured out. He started fat and he’ll finish fat. He’s trying to get himself over as the fat guy that can fight. Bless his heart, that’s great. I’m jealous.”

Randy Orton is performing in the WWE for more than 15 years on the top level. So, he accepted the fact that his body is taking a toll, at this time with the following words,

“I’m always up and down when it comes to my body, It’s stressful, it is.”



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