Bengaluru, Sep 21: In a time when WWE is said to be suffering several lawsuits due to legit concussions, it's not understandable why WWE took such huge risks with Randy Orton's concussion.
Is it the same company that had barred Daniel Bryan from wrestling even after he was being cleared by several doctors?
The question started to arise after the finishing segment of Summerslam took place where Brock Lesnar delivered with some serious elbows to the Viper to bust him open.
He was seen left in a pool of blood and as a result, the referee had to call off the match and gave Lesnar a TKO win.
The experts criticized the lame finish of the match and especially WWE's trying to cover up the issue thereafter by pushing Orton into a feud against Bray Wyatt.
Randy was supposed to be resting for a while to get heal up from the concussion. But, that was not the case.
In addition, Randy was instructed not to open up about the real concussion. So, he also misguided family, friends, and people close to him.
WWE wanted Orton to go into the match against Bray Wyatt to prove everyone false. But, it apparently backfired into their part since they had to back off after Orton failed in the impact test.
Pro-Wrestling Sheet reported earlier to the Backlash event that Randy Orton will compete at the event with major concussions.
With rumors surrounding the net thereby, WWE did not want to proceed further with it and replace Randy with Kane.
The attack of the Bray Wyatt was just planned prior to the event from preventing Randy competing inside the ring.
This whole incident can be summed up as WWE's negligence since they forced a certain superstar with concussions to compete. Randy has all the rights to sue WWE for it.
The rematch with Brock Lesnar is scheduled on September 24th in Chicago, Illinois. Meanwhile Randy returned to in-ring actions at a live event from Springfield following it up with a match against Eric Rowan on Smackdown which is an indication of Orton getting cleared by the WWE doctors.