That’s good to hear. You never know when you might see someone get hurt in wrestling and it is never good when it actually happens. Some of them are a lot more serious than others, but there is very little scarier than waiting around to see just how bad someone is banged up. That waiting game had to be played again this week but it seems that things are not as bad as they seemed.
This week’s Monday Night Raw featured a tag match between RKBro and the Street Profits, with Montez Ford pinning Randy Orton off a frog splash. Orton seemed to be injured off the splash though, as the referee was seen checking on him after the match. Ford has seemingly referenced the incident in a Twitter post, saying “everyone is healthy”, though it is not clear if he is referring to Orton. There is no other update on Orton’s injury status so far.
Pinned a World Champion.
Got the Woman.
And everyone is healthy.
All in one night.
GOD IS GREAT. pic.twitter.com/6M8H8J7vcz
— ???? ??? (@MontezFordWWE) March 1, 2022
Opinion: Assuming this is about Orton, it is great to hear that things are not as bad as they seemed. That was a scary landing for him and it didn’t seem like the planned ending for the match. Above all else, Orton’s health is what matters most as you never want to see someone put on the shelf. It will be a lot better when Orton is back in the ring, and hopefully that is what we see next week.
What did you think of the match? What should Orton do when he gets back? Let us know in the comments below.
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