Drew McIntyre is set to take on Randy Orton at Hell In A Cell on October 25th. This time they will be in the unforgiving Hell In A Cell structure. That match will allow The Viper to pull off some pretty nefarious things, but it might be nothing compared to what he used to get away with.
Metro UK recently spoke to Drew McIntyre where Orton’s past issues came up. Orton is not shy to talk about how he used to be a troublemaker who got away with a lot of things. This was mentioned in promos during the build for this very program.
McIntyre said that he heard stories about how Orton used to act, but he never witnessed him at his worst. There is still a lot of truth to the story that Randy Orton got away with a lot of misbehaving during his career.
“I was obviously aware of it. I didn’t get jealous, I never had that mentality but it was interesting to hear. I never saw it at the worst, I guess – I heard the stories from the people that were there. I saw enough that I spoke about during the promos live on television. There’s a lot of truth to this story, and the things that Randy got away with. He says himself, he should have been fired a lot of times. The truth is, he was so good, so talented and had so much potential, that’s why he got away with murder,”
Randy Orton has turned a new leaf in a big way. Ringside News exclusively reported how he became a locker room leader which included a great story about Paul Heyman.
We’ll have to see who comes down with the WWE Title at Hell In A Cell. The betting odds show a different predicted winner than they did for Clash Of Champions Gold Rush.