“Orton was his last name just happened to be a happy coincidence”, Shawn Michaels drops a damning statement on the Viper’s father

When we talk about WWE, it has been marked with some epic rivalries over the years and when WWE chooses to feature them over a course of a series, it just gets mire epic. The A&E documentary series, WWE Rivals have been doing this very job.

The first two episodes of the show witnessed the rivalry between the Rock and the Triple H and followed it up with a collision between Jake ‘the Snake’ Roberts and Macho Man Randy Savage. Guess what, the upcoming battle will be witnessing a fine show of history and legend infused as it will be airing the rivalry between Shawn Michaels and the Undertaker, one of the greatest rivalries ever.


Here is what awaits us all as Shawn Michaels and the Undertaker peeks through the crack of fandom

Taking to X, WWE posted, “Thank you for tuning in! Next week at 8/7c on WWE Superstar Sunday, an ALL-NEW WWE Rivals featuring @Undertaker vs. @ShawnMichaels premieres at 8/7c, followed by a new Biography: WWE Legends featuring the life and legacy of Scott Hall. #WWEonAE.”

As we talk about HBK aka Shawn Michaels, he has certainly seen many legends of the sport rise and shine. One of them is obviously the Viper, Randy Orton. HBK believes Randy has outperformed his father Cowboy Bob Orton. In fact, Shawn said that Randy has gone way beyond that.


Michaels said on the A&E Legends show, “I don’t know how many legacies come in and far exceed the one before them, and I mean that [with] no disrespect to his father, but Randy, in a short amount of time, stepped out of that shadow, everything, and just created something all himself. The fact that Orton was his last name just happened to be a happy coincidence.”

Randy was last seen on Friday night SmackDown where he blasted Austin Theory and then defeated him in a singles contest. It is exciting to witness what the company has in store for one of the finest heels of all time when it comes to WrestleMania.


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