Randy Orton as Batman?



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Randy Orton as Batman?

Randy Orton is experiencing a kind of second youth in recent years, which has allowed him to silence all his detractors, after periods full of criticism and harsh comments from many fans and beyond. The Viper is undoubtedly one of the most iconic WWE Superstars of the modern era, having demonstrated exceptional longevity.

The Legend Killer engendered some memorable feuds during his long career and was the youngest world champion in WWE history. In addition to being a 14-time world champion, the 42-year-old from Knoxville has won the Raw Tag Team Championship twice and once each the Intercontinental title, the United States Championship, the World Tag Team Championship and the SmackDown Tag Team Championship.

He also won the Royal Rumble match twice and the Money in the Bank Ladder match once. His partnership with Matt Riddle - initially opposed by insiders - was instead much appreciated by the WWE Universe. As everyone knows by now, Orton is stopped in the pits due to an injury to his back that is not better deciphered.

Should surgery be necessary, Randy would be out for the rest of 2022, which still appears to be a likely opportunity having passed the middle of September.

Randy Orton as Batman?

In addition to being a great wrestler, Randy Orton has tried his hand over the years to do several roles in the world of cinema, such as in the film 12 Rounds 2: Reloaded and The Condemned 2.

Every year, on the third Saturday of September, Batman Day is celebrated around the world, and this year WWE asked its fans which of its Superstars would see us well as Batman. The most unusual response came from WWE Hall of Famer Kevin Nash, who commented on the company's post and mentioned Orton.

Randy Orton has been absent from WWE programming for months due to a back injury. The last appearance of the Viper dates back to last May, when he and Matt Riddle sold the Raw tag tam titles into the hands of the Usos. The 42-year-old from Knoxville is one of the most iconic superstars of the modern era, having demonstrated a longevity that has very few equals in the business.

In addition to being a 14-time world champion, the 'Legend Killer' has each won the Intercontinental Championship, the United States Championship, the World Tag Team Championship and the SmackDown Tag Team Championship once each.