Are multiple surgeries inhibiting Randy Orton from returning to competition?
Good news for fans of Randy Orton as he has revealed that his recuperation from shoulder surgery is coming along well and he himself rebuked rumours that he would need surgery for his neck as well.
While it was initially believed that veteran pro-wrestling journalist Dave Meltzer made the claim, Daily Wrestling News states that that isn’t the case. Following conjecture that his shoulder surgery last month would be followed by neck surgery, Orton denied the latter via his Instagram account:
“I see many of you think I need neck surgery. I heard weeks ago that Meltzer stated it as a fact. I don’t keep up with gossip, so I didn’t think anything of it. As far as my shoulder, I was cut on 12/8.
“Things are ahead of schedule and I’m pumped to get back to work. As far as my neck, and I’m only debunking this ‘fact’ for the sincerely concerned fans, I DONT need neck surgery. Remember, unless you hear about it on WWE.com, you really should take everything you read online concerning pro wrestling with a grain of salt.”