Randy Orton in After The Bell.
One of the main faces of the upcoming WWE Backlash pay-per-view, Randy Orton, has had the opportunity to speak to Corey Graves recently. On the “After The Bell” podcast Randy Orton has had the privilege of speaking to Graves and speaking on various topics.
In addition to having a few words before his match against Edge in WWE Backlash, Orton has given his opinion on those fighters who use other wrestlers’ shots in his moveset.
Next, we leave you with the declared words regarding the topic:
I remember a time when nobody did a superkick because it was Shawn Michaels’ move. Now I think there is a superkick in any fight. Austin Theory had never had a chance to meet him until now. The Coronavirus case had just started and was in the Performance Center. Each individual was maintaining social distance and no one shook hands. Austin Theory came to shake me and I looked at him thinking, “What is he doing?” I waved at him and he laughed. I could tell you that he is new, young and trying to do things right. I wonder; Hey, i want to do this new move and end up in a cutter-like position. He charges his opponent like a fireman’s carry and then spins him around to make him a cutter. This boy took his time and had the respect with all means of asking if it was okay for me to do that.
Before thinking what the correct answer would be, I said yes. But I really thought it was a big no. I felt that things were different when I was in his position. I mean, don’t do other people’s things, get out there with your own arsenal and don’t let anyone escape your finisher. I feel like everyone needs 50 moves and it’s like a race to finish the fight.