Randy Orton Talks His Role As A Mentor To Younger Stars

Randy Orton Talks His Role As A Mentor To Younger Stars WWE

Randy Orton has discussed and opened up about his role as a mentor to younger stars in WWE.

Appearing on The Pat McAfee Show, one half of RK-Bro talked about working with less experienced competitors and sharing his knowledge with them.

Orton said:

“It’s fun to be in there with guys that have that passion, and maybe aren’t quite on your level and they’re just sponges absorbing s**t. And I’m in that zone where, oh wow, so the stuff that kinda just comes natural to me and is common sense and I don’t really think about, this is like gold to some of these guys who – I take for granted that, ‘Oh this is common sense’ – not necessarily. It is to me because I’ve been doing it so long. But I’m able to help these guys and they’ll come to me and go, ‘Hey, when I did this, I was thinking maybe I should have done this, would that have been bad?’, and it’s like, I can give them advice, and really know what the f**k I’m talking about. And it’s the only thing that I know what I’m talking about, pro-wrestling. I really do understand that psychology in the ring, and that lightbulb went on for me years ago, and I remember that feeling, and I like to see it go on for other guys, like Austin Theory.”

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Randy Orton and Riddle defeated The Street Profits and Alpha Academy to retain the Raw Tag Team Championships at WrestleMania 38.

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