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IN Sports ON 10 Apr, 2016
The Apex Predator of WWE, Randy Orton, popularly known as RKO was absent from our television screens and the WWE ring for a long time since his shoulder injury in 2015. Since his unfortunate and painful shoulder injury, thousands of rumors spread among his fans that RKO might not be able to wrestle again and other stuff. Some even claimed that had dislocated his shoulder while simply taking out trash(!) back in his home.
But The Viper has cleared all the rumors going around about him and his injury in a recent interview with Afterbuzz TV during the Hall of Fame 2016 ceremony.
Scroll down to know what he spoke on the red carpet.
"I had a match October in Chicago. My shoulder got stretched back, and I had a repair 12 years ago that was destroyed. I had a little pain, got an MRI and was told (they) had to fix my shoulder again," Orton spoke about his shoulder injury in the interview.
"I had a new guy do it and had a stabilization done that they do to rugby players get, and they're some tough customers."
"A couple months, maybe 3-4, 2 weeks. Maybe there's an RKO out of nowhere. I'm not quite ready to be back on the road."
"I still have 5-10 years left, but who knows? I feel like I'm nowhere near done," Orton spoke to the interviewer.
"He wasn't with the WWE as long as a lot of these Hall of Famers were, but I feel like what he's put his body through in the business, I would love to see him cutting a speech and getting inducted. He's a hell of a guy."
Wishing you a speedy recovery, Randy. We've missed your RKO move like hell. Please SHARE this article with all the RKO fans you know!
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