Randy Orton's new AMAZING LOOK!



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Randy Orton's new AMAZING LOOK!

In the last few hours, a new photo of Randy Orton has appeared online, when the former WWE Champion appeared in a public place, namely a swimming pool, together with his wife and children, with his look that is however slightly different than that last time in the WWE rings.

From the swimming pool in St Charles, Missouri, Randy Orton showed how he has returned to the completely shaved look, both beard and hair, even if his head is not immortalized in the photo because it is with the hat. After the surgery on his back, it seems that Orton is already back in great shape to be able to go around his state, with the WWE rings still having to wait a bit for his return.

Matt Riddle will therefore have to carry on a new battle on his own after the one at Bloodline, now practically lost against the Tribal Chief, awaiting the return of his colleague, friend and partner, who is resting and refreshing body and mind with his family, after years of injuries and great performances in the rings of the McMahon family.

In the Tweets we can read: "Pics from yesterday of RandyOrton at a pool in St. Charles,Missouri with a few lucky fans. He musta shaved the day before because he had a stache & slight beard growth but here hes basically clean shaven.

Lol. Looks in great shape still. Heres to a fast recovery from surgery bud!"

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During one of the last episodes of Monday Night Raw, Matt Riddle, former couple champion of Monday Night Raw, thought to open the dances of the show, who appeared orphaned of his partner Randy Orton, with Riddle who also wanted to explain why the absence of his partner.

Apparently, Orton would be struggling with a fairly annoying back problem, which forced him to a period of forced rest, given that in recent years Randy has been suffering a lot from both his back and shoulders, his weak point from always.

The WWE also made it known through a statement: "Randy Orton will have to undergo consultations with neurosurgeons and spinal orthopedists to determine the extent of his injury and to get clarifications on the course of treatment to follow."