Originally written on TWNP-Wrestling News & Information  |  Last updated 11/19/14
Randy Orton recently spoke to The Detroit News about WWE’s decision to make him the top heel of the company once again. “It feels really good,” says Orton, on the phone Monday from Toronto before going live on “Monday Night Raw” that night. “I’m glad I can get another shot. Not to harp on the past or anything, but I’ve made a few bad decisions here and there, and this is my chance to prove not only to the fans but to the company that I can carry the ball and represent the company.” Orton also commented on how John Cena’s injury opened the doors for him to be a top contender on the roster again. “I’m not saying that’s the sole reason, but it doesn’t hurt,” says Orton, referring to the sidelining of John Cena, who recently underwent surgery on his tricep and is out for four to six months. “They needed somebody, and they looked around and they go, ‘There’s our guy!’ It’s not like I said, ‘Hey guys, I got an idea. Help out.’ ” Major Spoiler for Sunday’s Night of Champions PPV Involving the WWE Championship Title…. The post Randy Orton Comments on Being a Top Heel of the Company appeared first on TWNP - Wrestling News & Information. Related posts: Randy Orton Says He Is Pain-Free, Comments on Taking Some Time Off WWE Title Celebration on RAW?, Randy Orton’s Heel Turn, More Six Man Tag After Raw Tapings, Orton Comments on Heel Turn, WM29 Weekend Event
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