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On tonight’s WWE Raw, Riddle Gives An Update On RK Bro’s Future

On last Friday’s SmackDown, it appears that we may have seen the last of RK-Bro. Riddle, the former WWE Raw Tag Team Champion, opened tonight’s episode of the red brand by addressing the WWE Universe. After entering the arena and grabbing the microphone, Riddle informed the crowd that he was coming to the arena with a heavy heart tonight.

Riddle then disclosed that his partner, Randy Orton, has been suffering from debilitating back problems recently. Randy wrestled in the Unification Tag Team Title match despite not being in good enough shape to do so because it meant so much to Riddle.

In the end, Riddle is unsure what the future brings for RK-Bro over what has occurred. He asserts he’s not sure if they’ll ever be a team again. And, given Randy Orton’s prevailing injuries, he has no idea what will happen for Randy Orton as a singles star.

Riddle also had sharp words for Roman Reigns and The Bloodline, informing them that they didn’t really win the correct way and that he would exact his vengeance. He even went so far as to call The Tribal Chief a jerk. The segment ended with the fans standing up and chanting “RK-Bro” as Riddle tried to point to the camera and notified Orton it was for him. This set up the first fight of the night, which pitted Undisputed WWE Tag Team Champions The Usos and Sami Zayn against Riddle and the Street Profits.

Other segments scheduled for tonight are listed below:

  • Veer Mahaan is a Jerry The King Lawler guest.
  • Bobby Lashley hosts a “All Mighty Challenge” with Omos and MVP.
  • Cody Rhodes vs. The Miz
  • Damian Priest and Rhea Ripley vs. AJ Styles and Liv Morgan

Randy Orton is widely regarded as one of the greatest WWE Superstars of all time. His career and durability are unrivalled, as are his devotion and enthusiasm for the industry. Orton decided to celebrate his twentieth year in the WWE. The company paid tribute to him by airing a Randy Orton edition of RAW in which everyone paid tribute to the iconic wrestler. People in attendance as well as those watching from home recognised how far he has progressed since his days as a young, abrasive kid.

Innately, the question of when Randy Orton decided to make his WWE debut arises. If you’ve come here looking for an explanation to that question, you’ve come to the right place. Randy Orton decided to make his WWE debut on April 25, 2002. He made appearances on SmackDown and also put in a fight with Hardcore Holly. In his first fight, the lad made quite an impression, defeating veteran Holly via pinfall to score an upset victory.


Sheena Bhandari is a Pro Wrestling Editor and enthusiast, working here at Clout News.