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 broke yet another record.
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 achieved a very impressive milestone in the company at the WWE Survivor Series pay-per-view. Guinness World Records even acknowledged Randy Orton’s milestone.
It seems Orton broke yet another record after this week’s episode of Monday Night RAW. Orton and Matt Riddle defended their Raw Tag Team Championships against The Dirty Dawgs on the show. This marked his 437th match on the show, more than any other wrestler in the company’s history.
With that match, @RandyOrton sets ANOTHER record.
Randy Orton is currently enjoying his run as part of Team RK-Bro and it remains to be seen how the team will be booked in the coming months, as they remain a highlight for the show.
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