Randy Orton returns to WWE next month. According to WWE Chairman Vince McMahon, the wrestling superstar will be seen in the ring on June. Now, here's the latest roundup of update about WWE news and rumors on the web.
Randy Orton is now recovering from his shoulder injury. However, his recovery is going slower than expected. According to a Forbes, Vince McMahon stated an announcement during a conference call that WWE Superstars like Orton are set to be back in action next month. He also stated that "The Viper" trains in WWE Performance Center for a comeback.
Orton has been out since November because of his shoulder injury. WWE reported that the wrestling superstar has chronic problems with his shoulder. The wrestler underwent an MRI scan, and it was found that he has a Bankart lesion in his shoulder. There were also some stretched ligaments and a partially torn rotator cuff found in the test. Furthermore, Fox Sports said that Orton hurt his shoulder when he was taking out the garbage.
On the other hand, wrestlers like Seth Rollins and John Cena are also expected to return in WWE ring. Rollins has been out because of an injury in his right ACL and medial meniscus, which he got in a match last November. He also underwent surgery and was reported to be out for 6 to 9 months. While John Cena took a break from the Wrestling Entertainment.
In addition, Rollins, who was WWE's best overall wrestler in 2014 and 2015, could break out as the most popular superstar of the company when he returns. He is slated to be in the ring in WWE SummerSlam 2016, while John Cena will be in Memorial Day's RAW episode on May 30.
These updates about the return of WWE superstars are great news for fans. It is said that the TV program was weathered the injury crisis impeccably, and the return of these great wrestlers will be one of the biggest moments of the year in WWE.
However, it is still not clear how the wrestlers will fit into the existing storylines. It is still also unknown what will their return mean for everyone else on the roster. Smackdown and RAW have approximately five hours of televised wrestling each week. Nevertheless, the return of these superstars will surely excite WWE fans.