WWE: Randy Orton Set Leave WWE In 2020 After Teasing Them Again?

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Randy Orton, the WWE superstar once again teased his fans on social media of possibly leaving the World Wrestling Entertainment. Read to know more about it.

Written By Akhil Nambiar | Mumbai | Updated On:

WWE superstar Randy Orton once again teased his fans on social media about possibly leaving the World Wrestling Entertainment. Randy Orton posted a photo on Instagram earlier this week with himself looking at a board reading 'Elite Level' with a caption- ‘tick tock tick tock’. Also, he tagged AEW World Champion Chris Jericho, The Revival, Luke Harper, Elias, AEW Executive Vice President Cody Rhodes and Riddick Moss in this photo post. This post of him seems to be a slight indication of his potential move to AEW. His fans had a mixed reaction to this post.


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Meanwhile this week, Scott Dawson posted a photo with Wilder and Orton. He thanked the WWE superstar Randy Orton in the post and wrote about seeing him down the road. Wilder replied to Dawson’s tweet stating about seeing them eventually.

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Orton writes '2020'

Orton replied to the post just writing 2020 on Sunday, October 26, 2019. Orton had signed a 10-year contract with World Wrestling Entertainment in 2010 and he has teased the company and his fans that he will be free to wrestle anywhere in the world after the June of 2020. It can't be said for sure whether Orton is just trolling his fans or he is serious about leaving the WWE network. This can also be a negotiation ploy for the superstar. However, this should work in Orton’s favour as AEW is consistently beating WWE NXT in television ratings. And AEW still has few big names attached to it. With Orton’s move, it will be a big success show for AEW.

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