Randy Orton has accomplished lot of things during his 21-year run with the WWE. The Apex Predator remains one of the most loved and well-respected pro wrestlers in the world. Orton has been absent for a very long time due to his back injury, but it appears Orton is said to have recovered from his back surgery.

Randy Orton has been on the shelf for quite a long time due to his back injury. He was written off WWE television after being attacked by The Usos last year and fans continue to miss him. As previously reported, Orton underwent back fusion surgery and there have been a lot of discussions regarding his in-ring status since then.

While Randy Orton was around for WrestleMania 39, it was not in an on-screen capacity. Last month, it was revealed that doctors have also advised against Randy Orton making his return to the squared circle.

However, that didn’t seem to stop the Viper at all. While speaking on the latest episode of The Kurt Angle Show, Kurt Angle talked about Randy Orton’s status while he remains absent from WWE. Angle revealed that Orton has already made a full recovery from his back surgery.


“Doing good man. He recovered from his back surgery. He’s, I think he’s gonna come back pretty damn soon. He’s doing much better, yes.”

Randy Orton is also in high spirits while he remains absent from WWE television. Ringside News exclusively reported that Randy Orton’s return to the squared circle is planned, but it might take a while. We’ll have to see when The Apex Predator will finally make his triumphant return to the squared circle.

What’s your view on this Randy Orton story? Are you excited to see him back as soon as possible? Let us know in the comments!

Subhojeet Mukherjee

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