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Randy Orton Possibly Injured On WWE Raw

Posted By: Kenny Williams on Oct 22, 2014

Multiple reports are stating that Randy Orton may have suffered some sort of an injury on Monday night's edition of WWE Raw.

According to fans in attendance, Orton appeared to suffer the injury following the spot in the night's main event in which Dean Ambrose dove onto the other competitors from the announce table. The fans noted that Orton apparently then went to the doctor at ringside and told him that the ruptured disc in his back was "f****d."

Orton did not work Tuesday night's SmackDown taping, which has further fueled speculation about the possible injury; however, we must stress that it has not been officially confirmed whether Orton was injured or not and, at this time, the report is being treated as only a rumor until further confirmation is received.

Orton originally suffered a herniated disc during a match against "Bad News" Barrett on the December 30, 2011 edition of SmackDown after a spot where Barrett pushed Orton down a flight of stairs, which has led to Orton's pre-existing condition. Orton declined to have surgery and decided to go through rehab instead, which allowed him to return to the ring just over a month later.

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