Randy Orton is a true veteran in the pro wrestling world as he has competed inside the squared circle for almost two decades. He has earned the respect of fans and fellow WWE Superstars and is viewed as a proper locker room leader. It seems he will achieve a couple of impressive milestones in WWE soon.
Randy Orton will certainly be inducted into the WWE Hall Of Famer once he hangs up his boots. Many fans also wonder just what Orton will do when he does retire from in-ring action.
As reported earlier, Randy Orton is now set to achieve a very impressive milestone in the company at the WWE Survivor Series pay-per-view. That is not all as he is also set to break another record on the upcoming episode of Monday Night RAW as well.
Randy Orton took to Twitter and in a series of tweets, commented on him breaking two huge WWE records. Orton mentioned how fortunate he is who keep tracking his statistics.
“I’ve never been one to keep records or stats throughout my career. Early on, it was laughable to consider in my profession you had ‘wins’ and ‘losses’. You certainly wouldn’t talk about it, with the boys much less fans. But I’m fortunate to have some fans (and friends) …that have done just that, kept my stats. Not just wins and losses, but damn near everything you could think of! It came to my attention that tomorrow at Survivor Series I’ll set a new record for most PPV matches by anyone in WWE history.
The following night on RAW coincidentally, if I have a match, I’ll have had more matches on RAW then anyone in history. I saw this online, checked it, and it is true… kind of hard to believe, as it feels like I only started down in OVW yesterday. I just wanna take a minute in light of these ‘stats’, and let everyone out there that’s ever supported me in any way know that I am thankful. I also know with all of my heart that I couldn’t have done it without you. Now on to my 15th Survivor Series…man time flies don’t it? #WWE #SurvivorSeries #RAW,”
Randy Orton has more than enough left in the tank to compete in high level matches for years to come. We will have to wait and see if he will break more records in the company by the time he retires.
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