Guest Nemesis Enforcer Posted April 21, 2006 Share Posted April 21, 2006 Randy Orton’s suspension was not merely issued as a punishment—WWE expects Orton to mature during his time off so that his attitude, upon rejoining the team, will have greatly improved. Thus, the sixty day timeframe is merely a minimum for the suspension. WWE only plans to bring Orton back when it is sure that he has put his issues behind him. The right decision? Virtually everyone within WWE—even those known as Orton sympathizers—supports the company’s decision to remove the wrestler from the road. “He needs therapy, that’s my opinion,” said a WWE source. Past disciplinary actions have not curbed Orton’s behavioral issues, to the point where many feel that, absent a major intervention, there is no way the wrestler will truly change his attitude. Tenure with WWE Serving as Orton’s saving grace is the fact that he does have significant name value in the wrestling industry. The feeling is that by releasing him, WWE would be essentially handing TNA a weapon to use in the war. Maven and Mark Jindrak, according to some, were not as lucky. There actually is a belief that WWE released the two as a way to separate Orton from his “party buddies.” If that was WWE’s intention, it failed. Even without his two friends, Orton’s party-hungry antics did not disappear. Source PWTorch.com Sorry about starting a new Orton thread but wanted to let those who were interested know the latest news and couldn't find the older Orton threads to post in :( Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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