randy orton

Randy Orton has been a hot topic over the past few days thanks to some of the comments he’s made about independent wrestling, and last night he took to Twitter to issue an “apology” which reads as follows:

“Sorry to the Indy marks, Indy guys and old timers who do DIVES took offense….. just having a good time over a few drinks in Denmark closing the Smackdown Live tour….while beating Raw in making over 5 million dollars in the last 11 shows. Now I know to some that doesn’t equate to a standing room only crowd of 150 people paying $8 at an armory somewhere…. but in the big boy world that’s called putting asses in seats. So enjoy your flips, dives, and 20 superkicks per match. To each their own. I will go “dive” back into my 13th title run and get ready to “flip” when my bank statement comes this month. …………….headlock.”

It’s safe to say that Randy Orton isn’t afraid to tell people what’s on his mind, and although quite a few people were offended by his comments, there are also quite a few people who found them to be hilarious.

One of the people who apparently enjoyed Randy’s little rant is his former Evolution stablemate Batista who posted the following:


WWE recently taped some footage over in the UK, and the company announced that they will be airing a United Kingdom Championship special this week on the WWE Network. WWE issued the following:

STAMFORD, Conn., May 15, 2017 – WWE (NYSE: WWE) announced today that WWE Network will stream the WWE United Kingdom Championship Special this Friday, May 19 at 3 p.m. ET, with a re-air in primetime at 8 p.m. ET. The action will be called by WWE Hall-of-Fame announcer Jim Ross, who will be joined by color analyst Nigel McGuinness.

Emanating from Norwich, UK, WWE United Kingdom Champion Tyler Bate defends his title against the high-flying Mark Andrews; Pete Dunne and Trent Seven battle to become the number one contender to face the UK Champion at NXT TakeOver: Chicago this Saturday; Wolfgang faces Joseph Conners; and Rich Swann and Dan Moloney take on TJP and The Brian Kendrick in a tag team match.

“The WWE United Kingdom Championship Special will showcase some of the best talent from the U.K.,” said Paul “Triple H” Levesque, WWE Executive Vice President of Talent, Live Events and Creative. “This is an opportunity to super-serve our fans in the U.K. as well as fans anywhere who appreciate the U.K. style.”


  1. Indie guys are just there, so the new generation of wrestling fans , can follow them, then play arm chair gm’s on social media “i know who he is i seen him on the indie circuit, he should be champ..i know wrestling yay” smh..