“I knew I couldn’t be as entertaining as the Rock”; When Randy Orton compared his mic skills as of the Rock and Stone Cold Steve Austin

Randy Orton called himself a no-promo guy while comparing himself with the Rock and Stone Cold Steve Austin

Randy Orton called himself a no-promo guy recently
Randy Orton

Randy Orton is an example of the most athletic and dynamic wrestlers in the world. His agility and strength not only makes him distinguishable and he earns a lot of respect for that as well. The legend killer is one of the most popular superstars in the company and undoubtedly is one of the best superstars of the world.

Randy Orton recently sat with the Ringer Wrestling Podcast and discussed why he thought he was not a promo guy. The Viper also addressed how much good the Rock and Stone Cold Steve Austin were in there promos. Here’s what he said:

“I was never a promo guy. I think I knew I was never a promo guy, and I just kind of coasted through my promos. The fact that I did that for so long like it’s a little embarrassing that I didn’t have more pride in my body of work. I used to get offended, like I’d hear Stone Cold Steve Austin say that I had a bad promo, you know, like ‘what the hell? no, I don’t,’”

“They were passable but I think he could tell I wasn’t giving it my all, and I wasn’t, and I almost don’t even know why. It was like I had a mental block because I knew I couldn’t be as entertaining as The Rock, or I had a mental block because I knew I couldn’t be as believable as an ass-kicker as Stone Cold Steve Austin.” – WrestlingInc

Randy Orton took a blast at John Cena, Batista, and the Rock recently

Randy Orton called himself a no-promo guy recently
Randy Orton called himself a no-promo guy recently

Randy Orton appeared on the Kurt Angle Show recently and took a blast on superstars like John Cena, Batista, and the Rock for using WWE as a jumping board to go and get success in the Hollywood. Here’s what he said:

“The way Cena did it, the way Batista did it, is they used WWE as a jumping board to go into Hollywood. I think I’m happy with my place in the WWE right now, the money’s good, the talents good, the locker room is great, I have a good relationship with all the people in charge and I don’t see why I’d change that. I only see all of those different variables getting better over the coming years.” – Givemesport

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