Riddle is oh so lonely on Monday Night Raw with Randy Orton again not appearing at the side of his bro on the latest edition of WWE’s flagship show.
Orton and Riddle have formed a partnership of sorts as RK-Bro become the latest in a long line of odd-couple tandems in WWE. Orton was been AWOL since his defeat at the hands of John Morrison on the 21st of June edition of Raw. That match was to qualify for the men’s Money In The Bank match meaning Randy Orton misses out on a chance to repeat his feat in 2013 when he won the briefcase.
Appearing on Raw Talk after Monday’s show, former WWE United States Champion Riddle appeared to talk about how much he is missing Orton after his hiatus.
“I’ve been missing Randy so much. I’ve been calling him but only get his voicemail. His mailbox is full, and I don’t want to be one of those stalkers who checks his Instagram.”
“I’m really concerned. I went to the Tampa Police Department to report that Randy is missing. When they asked me to identify myself, I said I’m Randy’s bro. They’re like, ‘you’re not bros, you don’t have the same last names.’ I had to explain to them that I’m still his bro.”
Despite Riddle’s obvious worry, he is still looking ahead to his own chance at becoming Mr. Money In The Bank. The Original Bro says if he wins the briefcase he is set to do something that has never been done before:
“If I win, I’m going to shock the world and cash in on the Tag Team Champions. Everyone’s going after the world title, but maybe it’s not my time to do that. I’m working my way up the ladder, baby. I got the US title and now will get the tag titles. Since Randy is banged up right now, both emotionally and physically, I feel I can make his day by handing him a tag title opportunity.”
If Riddle is going to retrieve the briefcase and win the match he will have his hands full with seven of WWE’s finest competitors sharing the ring with him. Riddle is set to be joined by Morrison, Ricochet, and Drew McIntyre from Raw along with SmackDown stars Big E, Kevin Owens, King Nakamura, and Seth Rollins in the men’s Money In The Bank match.