He’s been out of action since 2022…so is a WWE legend training for a return?
It’s a fair and valid question, and one that is surprisingly timely and relevant.
Fightful reported that Randy Orton, bus and all, has been spotted at the WWE Performance Center.
Fans took things one step further.
Orton has been shut down since he and Matt Riddle lost the RAW tag titles to Jimmy and Jey Uso.
With the titles dropped, Orton was able be shut down to get his nagging back injury addressed.
Now, since news of his back injury surfaced, some not so great rumors came up to.
The kind where Orton was told by some specialists that he shouldn’t ever wrestle again.
But, for every report telling us that the Viper wouldn’t be able to wrestle again, we soon after saw another that indicated he was doing what he had to do to come back.
And…that’s how things have gone for a lot of the last year.
Until now…and we ask…
5 Matches For When Randy Orton Returns
Is A WWE Legend Training For A Return?
What do many returning Superstars do?
Ahead of returning, they go back down to Orlando to knock the rust off.
Some, like Edge, go train in private to keep things a secret.
Orton’s attendance in Orlando? Not so well hidden, which makes you wonder.
Is Orton coming back soon and WWE doesn’t care who knows? Like, should we expect RKO returning soon vignettes on upcoming shows?
Or, is he hanging in Orlando to help train Jade Cargill because she’s the hot new talent.
To be honest, it sure seems like he’d be training for a potential return, or at least testing himself to see if he really can.
But…it also seems very unlike WWE that they’d allow any possible Orton return to be spoiled.
And yet, if he is coming back and that’s why he is down in Orlando…the Viper is out of the bag.