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I will always remember Orton for making me scream at my tv in frustration.
"Why does this fucking middle rope ddt take so long to set up MOVE FASTER"

I can feel the cells in my body ageing when I watch Orton. If it weren't for Roman he'd be my least favourite main eventer of all time.
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I don't get that part either. I'm not even an Orton fan, but I'd not call him a poorman's version of another wrestler.
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Best wrestler in the history of wrestling. Most talented, most gifted and most smooth performance in the history of WWE.

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One of the greatest of all time. The man has done literally everything there is to do in the company in such a short span. He's been around for so long that everyone including non-wrestling fans knows who he is. He's a solid wrestler and one of the safest to work with, has been one of the greatest heel's in WWE history, was extremely successful as a face in 2010-2011, has one of the best finishing moves in professional wrestling, has always had a great entrance, and the guy has a great physique/look. I'm a straight man, and even I can admit that Orton is a good looking guy.

I don't think everyone needs a motto or headline of what signifies their 'legacy', but I think simply saying "one of the greatest of all time" like JBL used to say alot, is good enough for everyone to understand.
This has to be a joke lol! Beach balls in the crowd are usually the best part of an Orton match. Terrible on the mic and Limited performer been handed titles like cena and triple h because he looks the part mainly. Couldnt lace the boots of the macho man, Mr perfect or Eddie guerrero. Titles have become meaningless these days and Orton is the prime example.
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A guy who was pushed for years but has no legacy. His legacy will be that he has none. He's utterly disposable and forgettable.




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A guy who was pushed for years but has no legacy. His legacy will be that he has none. He's utterly disposable and forgettable.
I wouldn't go that far, but for all of his kayfabe accomplishments... his legacy doesn't feel that impressive and memorable. Every time he was getting strongly pushed and was at the top it felt kinda underwhelming.
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I wouldn't go that far, but for all of his kayfabe accomplishments... his legacy doesn't feel that impressive and memorable. Every time he was getting strongly pushed and was at the top it felt kinda underwhelming.
Thanks Triple H for that.
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