Randy Orton Wants To Break The Undertaker’s WrestleMania Match Record

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WWE legend “The Viper” Randy Orton recently spoke with Joe Tessitore of ESPN on a number of topics including how he wants to break WWE Hall of Famer The Undertaker’s WrestleMania match record.

Orton said, “I have been around for a long time. This will be my 19th WrestleMania. There are two guys who have performed at more WrestleManias than me. The Undertaker at 27 WrestleManias and Triple H at 23. Then you have Randy Orton at 19. I’m in a nice little group of people there, those are some cool names. I want to be around. To me, if I can beat Undertaker’s record of 27 WrestleManias and still be healthy and feeling good, to me, that’s my goal.”

On his plans for a big RKO at Wrestlemania 40:

“It’s WrestleMania. I’m going to try and pull something out of the hat that I haven’t done before. My stuff is not generally very high risk, but Sunday, I’m going to try and pull some shit out. I’m looking forward to that. Sunday, I’ve got an opportunity to hit an RKO that I haven’t done before and put 80,000 people on their feet. Just knowing that we’re going to get there and that I’m going to have that possibility of shitting the bed or hitting it dead on. When you capitalize on it and feel that reaction, there is nothing better. There are a couple of things on Sunday where a bunch of people are like, ‘You need to try that once. We have to rehearse that to make sure you can do it.’ If I do that, I know it’s not going to work because I don’t have the crowd. I’m not in the environment. We have to wait until the day and we’re right in the middle of it. I got one in me. I’m going to bed at night and it’s what I’m thinking about.”

You can check out Orton’s comments in the video below.

(H/T to Fightful for transcribing the above quotes)