Sunday, February 22, 2009

The Age Of Randy Orton

Born on April 1st, 1980 in Knoxville Tennessee Build from ST. Louis Missouri "The Legend Killer" Randy Orton quickly began he career in 2000 at the Mid-Missouri Wrestling Association-Southern Illinois Conference Wrestling. As all of us knows he is the son of WWE Hall of famer "Cowboy" Bob Orton and grandfather Bob Orton Sr. Therefore making Randy a 3rd generation superstar.

Orton made his first WWE Appearance against Hardcore Holly on Smackdown April 25th 2002. On September 2002 Orton was drafted to Raw defeating Stevie Richards.Later on Orton suffered a shoulder injury keeping him out for months. Orton had these news updates spots slowly turning himself into a Heel. After his return Orton joined Evolution with, Triple H, Batista, and Ric Flair. Orton helped Triple H overcome Scott Steiner and Goldberg, later calling himself "The Legend Killer" after Spiting in the face of Harley Race and Mick Foley.

At WrestleMania 21 Randy Orton challenged The Undertaker, Orton threaten the Undertaker that he was going to end his Legendary WrestleMania steak which is still alive today. Unfortunately Orton was just another victim for Undertaker. Randy won his first world title at Summer Slam against the late great Chris Benoit, later on losing it to Triple H. Surely Randy Orton will be the future of WWE. After wining the 2009 Royal Rumble just may be enough to make him into the top superstar on the WWE roster. I am willing to that Orton will win either WWE title or the World heavy weight championship at WrestleMania 25.So be ready to witness the age of Orton whether you like it or not.

Article by Wes

Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Randy "The Ram" VS Chris Jericho

Mickey Rourke has received critical acclaim for his comeback role in “The Wrestler,” where he plays a former pro wrestling legend who falls on hard times.
And on the red carpet at the 15th Annual SAG Awards on Sunday night in Hollywood, the actor revealed he’s about to get in the ring in real life. But Rourke will be participating in WWE’s “Wrestlemania 25” in Houston on April 5?

“The boys from the WWE called me and asked me to do it,” Rourke told Access Hollywood. “I said, ‘I want to.’ I’m talking with [WWE legend] Rowdy Roddy Piper about it.”

In fact, Rourke, whose role in “The Wrestler” earned him a SAG nomination for Best Actor (as well as an Academy Award nomination and a win at the Golden Globes earlier this month), said the professional wrestling industry has been extremely supportive of his portrayal of the sport.

“The nicest thing has been the whole wrestling community embracing us,” Rourke said on the red carpet. “The movie was about their world.”

And when he does jump into the ring with WWE, it appears the actor may already have his sights set on an opponent.

“Chris Jericho, you better get in shape,” Rourke added. “Because I’m coming after your ass.”