“I’m not gonna go to Hollywood”- Randy Orton Says He Will Not Leave WWE For BS In Movies

We have seen Randy Orton once in action in the silver screen and that is when he participated in the sequel of 12 rounds, stepping in the boots of John Cena. Even though the movie didn’t really take flight, yet Randy’s acting flair was applauded. So is randy heading back to Hollywood? Well, he kept the speculations dangling in thin air while leaving a message for Seth Rollins who can be his possible opponent at WrestleMania XL.

The Viper will be a part of the Men’s Elimination Chamber match at the PLE which is all set to be rolled out in Australia. He will be a part of the grand contest which will be featuring the likes of five more big names. Whoever wins gets a shot at the prized title around Seth’s waist. Seth has been injured and is still recovering from the blow which he copped during his championship match against Jinder Mahal.

When asked in the press meet of Elimination Chamber whether he will be leaving WWE to make a career in Hollywood, Randy made it clear, now is certainly not the time. More importantly he is coming for Seth at the Showcase of Immortals.


Here is what Randy Orton had to say about Seth Rollins

Orton said, “After I win the Chamber match, I’m gonna go on to WrestleMania, and I believe this is my 18th or 19th WrestleMania. Yeah this is what I do, this is what I love to do. Ladies and gentlemen, I’m not gonna go to Hollywood. I’m not gonna stand on set for 12 hours a day, six days a week and do all that BS. I’m gonna be right here doing stuff like this in front of people like you that appreciate what I do, when I do it. I love you for that. But tomorrow I’m winning the Chamber match. And I’m gonna go on to WrestleMania and I’m gonna become a 15-time World Heavyweight Champion when I beat Seth ‘Freakin’ Rollins and I’m gonna walk out of there with the title around my waist.”

In a match like that, it is going to be intriguing to witness, who rules supreme. It goes without a saying that WWE will make no easy work of this, bringing on five other superstars who have championed the sports in their own royal capacity.


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