World Wrestling Entertainment star Randy Orton has garnered his fame from a very young age with his talented performances in the ring. Orton kick-started his wrestling career in 2000 and then signed with WWE in 2001. As a third-generation rock star, at the age of 24, Randy turned the youngest world champion in WWE history after he won the World Heavyweight Championship title from Chris Benoit. As Orton has over the years feuded up with some of the biggest stars in the wrestling business, in an interview, the WWE star revealed who helped him the most throughout his long WWE career.
For two decades, Randy Orton has managed to carve his niche by sharing the ring with many Top in the business stars by feuding with them. As Orton has shared the ring with Triple H, Mick Foley, Ric Flair, Shawn Michaels, The Undertaker and several more, the WWE star revealed who helped him the most to evolve into the people’s and a fan-favorite star that he is today. In an interview with Corey Graves on After The Bell, Randy Orton shared how he learned the most from John Cena and revealed who helped him out the most through his long WWE career. Also Read: Looks Like John Cena Has Had A Pulp Fiction Kind Of A Morning; At Least His Post Says So
Talking in brief about John Cena, Randy Orton shared that he hates saying it, but he learned a lot from John. Mentioning details about it, Orton shared that he learned about slowing down and breathing and listening to the people and called John Cena a ‘Mater’. Praising John Cena, Randy Orton remarked that Cena was a fucking ninja at listening to the crowd.
Speaking about many other stars that helped him, Randy mentioned how Triple H and Ric Flair are at the top of the list for obvious reasons. He further shared how Shawn Michaels gave him a very hard time when he came in and mentioned that he thinks he doesn’t like him much. Orton then shared how after about five years later, things changed with Michaels and he ended up learning quite a lot from him. Randy also took the names of Undertaker, Mysterio, and Rey and revealed how much he learned with them.
Meanwhile, Randy Orton who recently signed a new five-year deal with WWE also disclosed that he wants to help the younger talent with all the little things needed to learn in the ring.
Image source: Instagram/ Randy Orton, @john.cenna
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