Randy Orton On How Hard It Is To Make It In Wrestling, AJ Lee Comments On Milestone, More

- Mike Dunsmore of NBC Sports Radio interviewed Randy Orton last week, which you can check out above. During the interview, Orton discussed the worst injuries he has suffered, how he feels about people who say wrestling is fake and his typical workout in the gym. He also discussed how difficult it is for up-and-coming stars to make it in the business, citing the cost of hotels, tanning, supplements, gym fees, etc.

"A lot of these guys are struggling to keep their head afloat," Orton admitted. "But that's the thing man, if you can prove your staying power and sign that next contract, you get that money you want and you start main eventing and people start paying to see you, and only you. Then you start getting that money. It's like anything else, the more demand there is for you, the more money you're going to make. But I see a lot of guys leaving this business without a cent to their name. It's unfortunate, but it's the name of the game."

- The Staples Center, the site of last night's SummerSlam pay-per-view, posted a photo album from last night's SummerSlam on their official Facebook page.

- AJ Lee commented on reaching a million followers on Twitter today, writing, "If there's any lesson I want to leave my female fans, it's this: I have over a million followers without posting one damn selfie... Seriously though, thank you everyone. Over a million is pretty darn cool."

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