When will WWE’s Randy Orton be back in action? Kurt Angle shares update

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Kurt Angle has some updates on Randy Orton. The WWE Hall of Famer recently shared that he believes Orton will be back in action very soon. For the inexperienced: The Viper has been away from the ring after his back surgery. However, fans would be happy to hear that Angle, who appears to have some insider knowledge on the matter, has some positive news about the development. Read on to know more.

When will Randy Orton start wrestling again?

Kurt Angle recently shared an update on Orton on his show The Kurt Angle Show (h/t Subhojeet Mukherjee of Ringside News). Speaking of Angle, Orton said, “Good job man. He was recovering from his back surgery. He’s, I think he’ll be back damn soon. He’s doing much better, yes.”

Kim Orton and Giovanna Angle – the wives of Randy and Kurt, respectively – also appeared on a podcast together in the past. They’re pretty good friends, so it’s possible that Kurt has some reliable inside information on Randy.

Randy Orton (Image: Randy Orton Instagram)

Randy Orton in WWE

Randy Orton has been out of action for over a year. The 43-year-old wrestler was last seen on WWE programming on the May 20 episode of SmackDown.

On that show, The Usos defeated Orton and Matt Riddle to win Raw and SmackDown Tag Team Championships. After the match, The Usos attacked Orton by putting him through the announce table, leading to his back injury.

In November last year, Fightful Select reported that Orton had undergone fusion surgery on his lower back, which would see him out “for an extended period of time.” However, a specific period was not mentioned.

Randy Orton is undoubtedly one of the most popular and established WWE stars. He has won 14 world titles – the same as Triple H, apart from John Cena and Ric Flair’s 16 reigns.

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