WWE star Randy Orton worries about former NXT champion Tommaso Ciampa, and during a media chat, he shared tips for his fellow wrestler. The 40-year-old wrestler, who is all set to face Edge at the upcoming Backlash event, was recently asked about wrestling Tommaso Ciampa during a Backlash media conference. Talking about a possible match with Ciampa, Orton said that he would lock horns with the wrestler if his boss asks him to do so.
In addition, expressing his concerns about the WWE star, Orton stated that Ciampa could learn a few things from him. Ring Side News reported that he said that the wrestler should not push himself too much and kill himself for the sake of his fans. “When you see so much of that back to back, you don’t get to invest in these matches because they’re just one thing after another. Although it’s highly physically impressive, and I wouldn’t be able to do that style, they’re going to have very short careers,” he said.
Referring to Ciampa’s injuries, Orton said that he should invest less in matches and focus on himself a little more. Even though his fans always want to see him in action, he has to slow things down. He said that Ciampa needed to learn the art of telling stories. “I worry about Ciampa in particular because, with all these big injuries he’s had, he needs to learn how to tell stories and slow it down and not think that the fans want to see him kill himself. You’re only as good as the last match you ever had.”