Randy Orton's Neck Is So Bad
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Randy Orton’s neck is so bad that doctors are recommending retirement from in-ring competition.

Randy Orton’s Neck Is So Bad That Doctors Advice Retirement

For over two decades, Randy Orton has been a major star in the WWE. Basically, Orton and John Cena were the top names of the previous generation. 

Now, Roman Reigns and maybe Cody Rhodes will be the new leaders of WWE. The case is still being made for Rhodes.

While Cena has appeared less-and-less over the past few years because of becoming more active in Hollywood, the same cannot be said of Orton. For the most part, Orton has been loyal to WWE and never left.

It has been just shy of a full year before Orton last wrestled. He underwent fusion surgery last year and that typically sidelines someone for a year.

The Wrestling Observer Newsletter noted how Orton is “nowhere close” to being able to return to the ring.

“Cowboy” Bob Orton, WWE Hall of Famer and father of Randy Orton, recently spoke to Bill Apter. He revealed Randy Orton’s neck is so bad that doctors have recommended his son retire from in-ring competition.

“He’s training, so we’ll see what happens,” said Bob Orton. “I don’t know.” 

“If he feels like he’s ready to go back, I think he might. But, again he’s pretty well taken care of. I don’t think he needs to [return].” 

“And I think the doctors have told him not to. But, Randy will do what Randy wants to do.”

First, Orton will need need to be cleared by doctors to return. In the past, WWE has let some of their biggest names retire early because they were unable to be medically cleared.

Last time fans saw “The Viper,” he was teaming with Matt Riddle as part of RK-Bro.

If Orton is done competing, he has accomplished more than almost any other wrestler around. If he has the money, maybe it is time to enjoy retirement instead of living a life in pain.

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So, should retirement come sooner rather later since Randy Orton’s neck is so bad?