-- Randy Orton occasionally posts messages at www.Orton-Forum.com, a discussion forum for all things Orton. The adminstrators have confirmed several times that it is indeed the WWE Superstar. Furthermore, he has made announcements there in the past, such as the birth of his first daughter and his apparent motorcycle accident last summer.
It was brought to Orton's attention that during a recent interview, Ken Anderson, formerly known as Mr. Kennedy in WWE, blamed both him and John Cena for getting him fired from the company. He also implied they were using political clout to bury other wrestlers. In response to his allegations, Orton made the following post:
"He is in denial. He thinks you have to be able to do a moonsault to know how to work. And, as for dropping me on my head, he did. He never got to see all 4 camera angles of him doing it. I did. Plus, the left side of my neck down to my trap was sore all week in MX. I did tell Ken that he shouldn't be dropping me on my head with such a simple basic move. He never said sorry, and even called me a liar after the match! I remember looking at him in disbelief. And yes, I did tell managment I did not want to work with him after that. Who wouldn't? That's my side."
He later followed up his initial post with another post regarding Kennedy. Here is what he wrote:
"There is another thing.....never did I get my neck 'taped'
-- Former Guns N' Roses guitarist Slash made the following comment on his Twitter account (twitter.com/slashHudson) regarding the Divas of WWE after attending SummerSlam last night in Los Angeles: "WWF female wrestlers look like a bunch of pissed off strippers." He later corrected himself by adding "WWE, I mean."
-- World Heavyweight Champion CM Punk will be tossing out the first pitch at Wrigley Field this Thursday afternoon. The Cubs will be going up against the Washington Nationals.