At Fastlane in Columbus, Ohio last night (Mar. 11), Randy Orton defeated Bobby Roode for the United States title, becoming the tenth person WWE considers a Grand Slam champion under their current definition of “Grand Slam” (having held the WWE or Universal championship, the current Raw/former WWE or SmackDown tag team and both the U.S. and Intercontinental titles at some point during your career).
One of the previous nine men to accomplish the feat (Kurt Angle, Eddie Guerrero, Edge, Big Show, Daniel Bryan, Chris Jericho, Dean Ambrose and Roman Reigns are the other eight), took to Twitter to welcome the Viper to the club... and get in another shot at one of his WrestleMania 34 opponents, a certain Irishman who’s been affiliated with the Bullet and Bálor organizations:
Congrats on becoming a Grand Slam Champion, @RandyOrton. Welcome to the club...and not “the club” where you wear stupid leather jackets and too sweet each other like it's the 90s. https://t.co/IYdplTyG7m— The Miz (@mikethemiz) March 12, 2018
The Grand Slam Club should get jackets though. Not leather, but maybe a nice smoking one with an embroidered logo or something?