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Randy Orton doesn’t seem to be a fan of the Punjabi Prison, or many of the other stipulations WWE’s been using lately

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While I wouldn’t call myself a big Randy Orton fan, I do enjoy The Viper’s occassional work on Twitter as “guy who thinks WWE storytelling is as wack as a lot of fans do”.

It’s funny, and seems good natured. It also validates our criticisms a bit, because - hey, here’s a third generation Superstar, one of the best in the business, and he thinks this is kind of crap, too!

Orton mostly has the same comedy partner for this, as he’s usually interacting with the same account.

Here’s one he retweeted from the beginning of this month, about a week after Battleground, where he suffered his third straight pay-per-view (PPV) loss to Jinder Mahal in a gimmick match, and was setting up a program with Rusev, himself coming out of another of WWE’s less conventional bouts...

And like Braun Strowman with Roman Reigns, he’s not finished with the Punjabi Prison yet. When his Twitter buds called for the Floyd Mayweather vs. Conor McGregor superfight to be fought in that “structure”, Randy pointed out why no match you want people to be able to see should be fought in one...

The man’s got a point.

Now if only he could talk Vince McMahon and company out of these things before he has to take part in them and then joke about it online...