Randy Orton made his shocking return at Survivor Series back in November last year and in the months since then, firmly established himself as one of the top Supertars in WWE again. Orton also put an end to an unfortunate 4-year streak at a recent WWE live event.

The Apex Predator has wasted no time feuding with The Bloodline after his return. So far, the 14-time World Champion has competed in a few matches since his return and won almost all of them.

Orton didn’t win the Triple-Threat Match on this week’s episode of SmackDown: New Year’s Revolution after it was ruled a no-contest. He competed in last night’s WWE live event in Spokane, securing a victory against Dominik Mysterio in a singles match.

This marked Orton’s first one-on-one win on the live circuit in 1455 days, the last one being on January 12, 2020, against AJ Styles. Obviously, fans were happy to see him back in action at WWE live events again.

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Randy Orton, LA Knight, and AJ Styles will be squaring off against Roman Reigns for the Undisputed Universal Championship at the Royal Rumble Premium Live Event on January 27th. We’ll have to wait and see how Orton will fare in his first title match in a long time.

What do you think of what Randy Orton did at the WWE live event? Do you feel he has a chance at winning at the Royal Rumble Premium Live Event? Let us know in the comments section below!

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