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Killian Dain: Randy Orton Is Maybe The Most Important Person On The WWE Roster Now

The former Killian Dain believes that Randy Orton might be the most important person on the entire WWE roster.

Former WWE Superstar Big Damo was a recent guest on The Ten Count with Steve Fall to discuss a wide variety of subjects. When making a comparison about how it feels to stand next to someone like Randy Orton, Damo took the time to put over how great of a leader The Viper is to the WWE locker room.

“But you know, we use that analogy of standing next to Randy Orton. But Randy was an incredible locker room leader and great to be around,” Big Damo said. “Because you hear all these stories about him, and they’re just not true. And he was wonderful to all of us. And watching him wrestle every night and on those shows and stuff like that was f**king incredible because he’s outstanding at what he does.

“And I think I learned to appreciate it more the more I saw him as well because he always had brilliant matches and everything else. The way he took his time, he orchestrated the cry. He was literally a level above everybody.

“And I’m hearing that he’s having back issues, and I’m really hoping it’s not true because he’s maybe the most important person on that roster right now, and I’m hoping that he’s able to push through it because what a worker he is and, again, as I say what a leader.”

Randy Orton has been out for an extended amount of time after having surgery for a reported back issue, but he is expected to return soon. Orton has not wrestled since the May 20 episode of WWE SmackDown, where he and Riddle lost the RAW Tag Team Championship to The Usos.

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