Randy Orton Wearing Mask To Cover Burns, Says He'd Compete In The Royal Rumble Without Limbs

Randy Orton doesn't care about burns, or pain, or body parts. He is determined to make history at the 2021 Royal Rumble event

Monday Night Raw went off the air on January 11 with Alexa Bliss shooting a fireball in the face of Randy Orton. On January 18, Monday Night Raw opened up with Randy Orton in an empty ring with a mask covering what he says are first degree burns.

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Randy Orton would then reiterate how he and Bray Wyatt got to this point, but despite what she did to his face, Randy Orton says he does not blame Alexa Bliss. In the mind of Randy Orton, Alexa Bliss is merely the conduit that Bray Wyatt is using to try and exact revenge on Randy Orton after Randy Orton burned him alive at WWE TLC 2020, forcing Bray Wyatt to absorb into the mat and wind up in hell.

Randy Orton would say that Bray Wyatt may think he has taken him out of the Royal Rumble and the other 29 men in the match may be feeling safe under the impression that Randy Orton won't be able to compete at the Royal Rumble due to his current burns and disfigured face, but he is going to compete in the Royal Rumble no matter what. Randy says that it wouldn't even matter if all of his limbs were cut off, he would enter the Royal Rumble match.

To Randy, his third Royal Rumble victory is inevitable and he says he will block out all of the pain on Sunday, January 31, and win the Royal Rumble once again. Should Randy Orton do this, he will tie “Stone Cold” Steve Austin’s record for the most wins in Royal Rumble history.

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