Randy Orton is a Heel-Face
Yes, it sounds like something a child would call another child on a playground, but, in Orton’s case, I believe this to be true, and here is why…
Orton came back from having knee surgery and he went straight to work – on #JeffHardy.
The, he recently cut one of the most epic promos in WWE history…
(Which you can read here)
And now, according to several wrestling sites, Orton pushed to become a Heel upon his return.
Have you ever noticed that when he turns Heel, he is never 100% Heel?
Same thing with when he turns Babyface, he is never 100% Face.
#RandyOrton is always somewhere in the middle; ergo, Heel-Face.
Yes, he may be insulting the crowd or whatever strikes him at the time, but, in the same breath, he’ll do something of a Babyface nature (Like jumping in the ring to defend someone, etc.).
Same thing when he is a Babyface, he’ll do something only a Heel might.
Randy Orton does what Randy Orton wants to do and doesn’t stick to the blueprints or guidelines of what a ‘Heel’ is defined as, same thing for ‘Babyface’.
So, when Randy Orton ‘turns’ he is simply turning more one thing than the other.
Right now, he is a Heel-Face, but on the next turn, he could be a Baby-Heel.
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