Welcome to another edition of the daily WWE News Roundup, where we try and bring you the biggest and most interesting stories from the world of sports entertainment. In today’s edition, we take a look at the news revolving around top names like Triple H, Randy Orton and Jeff Jarrett.
Randy Orton has been out for the past few months with a back injury. Viper has undergone back surgery and is expected to return sometime around next year’s Royal Rumble. The WWE Hall of Famer gave an update on Orton’s health and the severity of his injury.
#3 Kurt Angle comments on Randy Orton’s injury
WWE Hall of Famer Kurt Angle spoke about Randy Orton and his health issues on his podcast The Kurt Angle Show. Engle said back injuries can seriously impact a person’s career. He himself has struggled with injuries throughout his career, and has emphasized how they can affect careers.
“Your back controls everything. When your back hurts, you can’t do anything,” said Kurt Angle. “Let me give you an example. Randy Orton just had surgery on his back. He really couldn’t do anything, and hopefully this surgery is going to save his career.”
Orton was taken off TV after an attack from The Bloodline. They were initially expected to face Roman Reigns at SummerSlam but due to the severity of his health plans had to be changed.
#2 The Legend says there was a conspiracy against Jeff Jarrett in WWE after Triple H’s arrival
In a Wrestling Shoot interview, Dutch Mantel stated that Triple H was instrumental in getting Hall of Famer Jeff Jarrett to leave WWE as Senior Vice President of Live Events. Shortly after Vince McMahon retired and The Game ended, Jarrett left the company and was replaced by Triple H’s close friend, Road Dogg, in the same role.
Mantel said, “I think Triple H could be a sponsor of sorts to get Jeff out of WWE.” “At that point, Road Dogg, who’s a friend of Triple H’s, needed a job. So I think Jeff blames Triple H for coming in after the brawl and saying, ‘We’ve got to replace Jeff. Road Dogg is needed. We need to be released. Jeff.”
He reiterated that he found Jarrett to be replaced by Road Dogg a bit suspicious. After joining WWE, Jarrett also made appearances as an on-screen character. He has now joined AEW as an active competitor.
#1 Roman Reigns breaks character to talk about Jay Uso
Jey Uso has played a key role in the rise of Roman Reigns as the Tribal Chief. Uso was with Reigns shortly after taking over as head of the table. The two had a brief feud before Jey Uso acknowledged Reigns as his superior.
In an article for The Ringer, Reigns broke character and talked about his equation with Jey Uso.
“So there was a lot of instinct that was trusted. The fact that we really have a brotherly-level connection and relationship, it made it easier for us to trust our history and be comfortable with each other.” Is.” Being able to take the emotion off one another made it really easy.” Rule.
He also said that no one pushed him emotionally like Jey Uso. Main Event Uso and his brother Jimmy Uso hold the WWE Tag Team Championship. Both brothers have also broken the record of ruling for the longest time.