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Randy Orton: I Haven’t Felt This Good Since I Was in My Early 20s

Randy Orton is feeling great these days.

Orton has been in the professional wrestling industry for over two decades. The Viper is 44 years old. Unfortunately, he lost almost two years of his wrestling career due to a back injury. After undergoing triple fusion back surgery, Randy Orton returned to in-ring action last year at the Survivor Series War Games Premium Live Event.

Ahead of his King of The Ring match against Gunther, Randy Orton was interviewed by Kayla Braxton. During the interview, The Viper mentioned that he is in the best shape of his life thanks to getting his back fixed. Orton also thanked Dr. Adam Kanter and his team for fixing his back.

“I’ll be honest with you. I put on some weight. And I feel like I’m at my natural weight right now. This is how much I was meant to weight. And I think it’s because I got my back fixed. My training was able to change. I changed a few things up with the diet. But I gotta be honest with you, I’m in my early 40s. I haven’t felt this good since I was in my early 20s. Yeah, I mean, my back had been giving me a problem for a very long time. And I had amazing doctors. Shout out to Dr. Adam Kanter. Thank you sir. I owe you my back. Because of him and his team, I feel stronger than ever, better than ever,” Randy Orton said.

The Viper put on a tough fight against Gunther but was unable to get the win. The Ring General pinned Orton to become the new King of The Ring.

Can Randy Orton become World Champion once again?