Orton, who has a history of shoulder problems dating back to early in his career, had been working of late on a bad shoulder, but not so bad that he couldn’t wrestle. But in taking out the garbage to the curb this past week, the shoulder dislocated and he was in tremendous pain. It took three hours to pop it back into place. He was to have an MRI done to find out the extent of the damage, and if he may need surgery, so his prognosis is not determined.
Editor’s Note: I’m not going to make fun of Randy Orton here. I’ve suffered a dislocated shoulder and it is debilitating. Until I finally received surgery, my should would dislocate in the middle of my sleep. It’s not that difficult to seriously dislocate a shoulder. Speedy recovery, Randy. Follow Bill Kline on Twitter @RealBillKline or on Facebook.