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WWE.com: 10 longest current tenures in WWE

Dec 10, 2014
Written by Angela

#6 Randy Orton (4,612 days; debut: SmackDown, April 25, 2002)
With an influx of talent hoping to make a mark in the post-Monday Night War era of sports-entertainment, a fresh-faced rookie named Randy Orton walked into Mr. McMahon’s office before his official tryout match. The Chairman raved about Orton’s pedigree, but even he couldn’t have guessed what The Legend Killer-turned-Viper-turned-Face of WWE would accomplish in his career.

He’s the youngest World Champion in history, capturing the title at age 24. He unified the WWE and World Heavyweight Championships to form the WWE World Heavyweight Championship in 2013. He’s risen through the ranks of Evolution and led the charge with The Legacy and The Authority.

Twelve years and 12 World Championship reigns after first walking onto WWE TV, Orton has matured into a sports-entertainment icon.

WWE.com: Welcome to WWE High

Dec 1, 2014
Written by Angela

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Randy Orton
A rebel that spends a lot more afternoons in detention than study hall, Randy Orton sticks to the shadows of WWE High, scoffing at do-gooders like John Cena and Daniel Bryan. Like his WWE High alum dad, Orton has dabbled in team sports, but they really aren’t his thing. Orton’s a loner, and seldom appears at big social events — but when he does, it’s completely “outta nowhere.”

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Breaking News: Randy Orton injured in Authority attack

Nov 4, 2014
Written by Kaitlin

UPDATE, NOV. 5, 2014: WWE.com has learned that Orton has been diagnosed with a concussion following further tests by WWE physician Dr. Stephen Daquino. “Randy exhibited symptoms of a concussion after the Curb Stomp on the announcer’s desk,” Daquino reported to WWE.com “He also had some facial contusions. Currently he is not cleared to compete and his return timetable is undetermined.”

Continue to check with WWE.com for further updates.

BUFFALO, N.Y. — WWE.com has learned that Randy Orton was injured following an attack at the hands of The Authority, during which he suffered two consecutive Curb Stomps from Seth Rollins; one atop the announce table and another on the steel steps. The extent of the former WWE World Heavyweight Champion’s injuries is unknown at this time, however, as all medical evaluations of The Apex Predator were done behind closed doors. WWE.com was unable to get official comment from medical staff as to the nature of Orton’s injuries, though locker room speculation is that The Viper had suffered a concussion.

WWE.com hopes to have an official update on Orton’s condition tomorrow.

Check back here tomorrow for an official update on Orton’s condition.

Monday Night RAW: Results and Photos for November 3rd, 2014

Nov 3, 2014
Written by Kaitlin

Dolph Ziggler vs. Seth Rollins for the Intercontinental Championship

Rollins pushes Ziggler away on the Hesitation DDT and Rollins hits an enzuigiri and gets a near fall. Rollins with a back heel kick and kick to the chest. Rollins with another back heel kick and he sets for Black Out but Ziggler moves. Mercury distracts the referee and Noble drops Ziggler on the top rope. Rollins sends Ziggler shoulder first into the ring post. Rollins hits Black Out but Randy Orton hits an RKO and the referee stands there and does nothing about it.

Winner: Seth Rollins (by Disqualification)

After the match: Orton stares at Noble and Mercury and then he leaves the ring.

Kane walks past Orton and wonders what was he doing.

Backstage: Stephanie tells Hunter you cannot trust Randy Orton. Orton enters and he wants to know if they saw what just happened. Orton says that he was making a statement. He wants Seth Rollins one on one tonight.

Stephanie asks why would the co-captains face each other.

Orton says that is the biggest load of garbage he has heard in his life. Maybe he should be part of Team Cena at Survivor Series. He did what neither of them had the stomach to do last week when he put Rollins down. He will continue to do it until . . .

Hunter tells Orton to stop. He tells Randy that he needs him on his team. He needs him. He needs Randy on Team Authority. He also needs Seth Rollins. Hunter asks Randy if he understands what is at stake. Everything is at stake. If he burns, we all burn. We are all in this together. There is no forgive and forget. He sees the look in Orton’s eye. He needs the Viper. He needs the guy who for twelve years, he has done battle with face to face and side to side. He needs that guy to get this done.

He will give Randy his match with Seth Rollins tonight and do what you need to do. Get it out of your systems because when this is over THIS IS OVER. When it is over, you are going to help each other up and pat each other on the back. It will be scorched earth. They have to win. They will go to Survivor Series and they will win.

Orton says they have a deal.

Monday Night RAW: Results and Photos for October 27th, 2014

Oct 27, 2014
Written by Kaitlin

Randy Orton’s music plays and he makes his way to the ring and he apologizes for breaking up this love fest. Randy is not happy with what they are saying about Seth Rollins. Why did he hear twice that he lost to John Cena at Hell in a Cell. Maybe he lost because Seth curb stomped him on Monday night.

Randy says that he is still seeing stars and maybe he should re-enter Anger Management. Maybe the Authority didn’t handle it and that is why he is going to deal with it.

Orton attacks Rollins but he is pulled off Rollins.

Hunter tells Randy they are not doing this here or tonight. Hunter tells Randy to calm down.

Randy says that he will calm down when Rollins is dead.

Hunter tells Randy to calm down and shut up. They are not going to do this. Randy gets the night off. He tells Randy to get on his bus. Emotions are too high. Hell in a Cell is over . . .

Orton hits the RKO on Rollins.

Rollins is helped up by Mercury and Noble.

Variety: WWE’s Randy Orton to Star in ‘The Condemned 2′

Oct 27, 2014
Written by Angela

WWE Studios is adding “The Condemned” to its roster of film franchises, with the company tapping Randy Orton to star in “The Condemned 2: Desert Prey,” that Lionsgate will co-produce and distribute.

Roel Reine (“Death Race: Inferno,” “The Scorpion 3″) will direct the actioner from a script by Alan McElroy (“The Marine 4″). Film follows a former bounty hunter who finds himself on the run as part of a revamped Condemned tournament, in which convicts are forced to fight each other to the death as part of a game that’s broadcast to the public.

Orton, one of WWE’s top stars, reunites with Reine on “The Condemned” sequel after having previously worked together on “12 Rounds 2: Reloaded.” “The Condemned 2″ will start production in New Mexico later this year. “Stone Cold” Steve Austin starred in the original, which Lionsgate released in 2007. The film generated $8 million at the box office but went on to perform well on homevideo platforms. “The Condemned 2″ will likely get its primary release on VOD and other home entertainment platforms.

WWE will promote the film across its various TV shows, online platforms and streaming network.

“We are excited to be reteaming with the WWE on ‘The Condemned 2,’ after such a positive experience on the original film,” said Lionsgate co-chief operating officer and motion picture group president Steve Beeks. “The combination of their brand marketing capabilities, creativity and deep lineup of dynamic onscreen talent result in a powerful partnership.”


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