Randy Orton will always be regarded as one of the best generational talents to compete in WWE. Carrying on the legacy of his father and grandfather, the Viper has been a cornerstone for the company for twenty years. However, Orton has been absent from WWE television programming for a long time now, but doesn’t look to have lost touch with fitness in the latest photo.

The Apex Predator was recently spotted helping out at Boon Center Inc. in Missouri. Randy Orton can be seen flexing his biceps in a photo posted on Instagram and seems to be on point with his fitness regime lately.

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Randy Orton was last seen on television programming back in April 2022, when he and Matt Riddle lost the RAW tag team titles to The Usos in a title unification match. Orton was written off television to rehab for certain back issues.

Moreover, there has been a lot of concern regarding the severity of his health and whether he would be able to return to WWE in the future. Randy Orton’s latest picture maybe suggests otherwise, and hopefully, he will recuperate and eventually come back to the ring.

Randy Orton debuted in WWE, back in 2002. He was promoted as the ‘Legend Killer’ during his early run in the company, battling legendary WWE stars such as Mick Foley, Hulk Hogan, and The Undertaker.

The former 14-time World champion has been a marquee attraction for the global juggernaut for a long time now. We hope that Randy Orton makes a speedy recovery and returns to WWE soon to strike his opponents with his poison fangs and reclaim his position in the company.

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