He was right when he went out, even though I didn't like it that way, and also made some points in the interview (and half the people now don't even know who he is). In a business sense, he made the right move to acting/film. I'm glad he's happy and successful (seems to be moreso).
I frickin love Orton, he's the best heel to hit the business in two decades. He sorta screwed himself over as a role model early in his life though. Orton was a United States Marine, he went AWOL from his unit for a couple of months, and when he returned he got pinched with an insubordination charge for some brass he mouthed off to. He spent around 40 days in the brig. He was picked to star in the movie Marine 3 until that got out to the public, they pulled him from the film.
Orton is a legitimate badass. That isn't going to matter to anyone casting a military film though, where he would have fit perfectly.
Cena is already getting small parts though, his delivery is great, he's charismatic as hell and he's going to do well.
Whether we liked Cena or not, he was a HUGE merch pusher and brought in a shit load of money for WWE. That was the main reason why he was on top for so long. He sucked but he made Vince a lot of money. At the same time though, did that justify Cena's reign of terror for 10 years? On one end, it...
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Triple H only buried one guy his entire career and that's Booker T. The Reign of Terror is a false narrative people made up because they were upset that a non smark favourite was on top. So here's a breakdown of his major feuds since the introduction of the WHC as that's when the narrative is...