Randy Orton Talks Not Being WWE For Life, Jerry Lawler At Superman Convention, Rock's Show

Randy Orton Talks Not Being WWE For Life, Jerry Lawler At Superman Convention, Rock's Show
- The Rock noted that his new reality show The Hero, which premiered last night on TNT, scored 90% positive audience reviews.

- WWE Hall of Famer Jerry "The King" Lawler will be appearing at the Superman Celebration in Metropolis, Illinois this weekend. You can get more information here.

- Comcast has an interview with Randy Orton at this link, who discussed his new movie, 12 Rounds 2: Reloaded. During the interview, Orton was asked if he will act more after his career is over, or if's he's "WWE for life."

"I wouldn't say I'm WWE for life, I'd say my near future will consist of me primarily being in the ring," Orton said. "Wrestling is my first love. The movie was fun, but the schedule was grueling because I had to fly off on my off days to film. Eight weeks went by and I had three days off. If I do the movie thing, I'll be sure that I'm only doing the movie so I can concentrate on it. (Laughs) I think I'd be more sane that way."

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