Randy Orton is 20-year veteran, who has done just about anything one would want to in WWE. Orton has a vast knowledge of all things pro wrestling and loves to help out the younger generation of stars. Orton also doesn’t think he can be a good coach in WWE.

The Apex Predator has been part of numerous memorable feuds and solid matches throughout his career, He also has a great idea of the pro wrestling landscape and how to craft solid matches.

While speaking with GiveMeSport, Randy Orton talked about being a coach in WWE. Orton made it clear he doubts he will ever be a good coach in the company.

“I don’t really think I’d be a good coach because I would start to just ramble… It’s almost like I don’t know how to articulate myself to a group of green guys that are coming into the business that need to learn the basics.


If there was three, four or five guys, a small group, and if we could go and talk and sit in the ring. If it could be like close quarters, just a small group of people where we’re not doing drills and stuff, but just talking and maybe watching tape, I think I’d be good in that aspect.

Randy Orton also recently stated that he will not be going anywhere else just like The Undertaker. Orton still has a lot left in the tank and will continue to live his dream as a WWE Superstar for as long as he can.

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