WWE: Randy Orton Frustrated with WWE

The Wrestling Observer Newsletter is reporting that currently suspended Superstar Randy Orton has been frustrated with the WWE as the former World Champion believes that he should be working as a heel instead of a face. Where the issue occurs is that there is a lack of talent in the WWE right now and the company needs a top babyface for SmackDown, where Orton was before his suspension. While Sheamus is well on his way to being the top face on SmackDown, many within the company believe he is not there. Orton is also frustrated with the WWE taking his punt kick away from his repertoire, which was done due to WWE’s recent crackdown on concussions in the company.

Despite his 60-day suspension and a wealth of anger and frustration aimed in his direction (most notably from Vince McMahon), Randy Orton is still expected to be pushed upon his return, after July 27, due to the lack of available talent in the company.

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