Former WWE CEO Jim Ross believes Randy Orton’s personal comment about the late Eddie Guerrero in 2006 was tasteful, and in November 2005, Guerrero died at the age of 38 from severe heart failure. One of his close friends, Rey Mysterio, won the 2006 WWE Royal Rumble two months later. Mysterio went on to feud with Randy Orton, who said on a heel show on WWE SmackDown that Guerrero had gone to Hell. Ross spoke on his Grilling JR podcast, and discussed Randy Orton’s win over Rey Mysterio in No Way Out 2006. Opinion. He said Orton’s comment was “abhorrent” and wasn’t helpful to anyone involved in the story, “I didn’t like this Eddie thing.” Eddie is in Hell. “I thought it was the arrival. It was extraordinary, it was abhorrent. That’s the wrong kind, that is.” It is the low heat. Going away the heat. “I don’t want to see this anymore, I don’t want to hear that anymore.” The heat of release isn’t helpful to anyone. I thought that was so abominable in that regard. ”Ross explained that he understood why Randy was telling Orton comments on his promotion.However, he considers this part to be a “wrong turn in the road” in the story. Who agreed to notice Randy Orton’s story? Randy Orton and Rey Mysterio Vince McMahon usually has the final say in WWE story decisions. Believes Jim Ross that WWE President almost certainly agreed with Randy Orton’s comment about Eddie Guerrero, “Well, it was Vince, obviously. Big decisions like these are blessed by the old man, so I guess Vince could have been the one making the call. He added that Eddie Guerrero’s wife, Vicky Guerrero, had likely agreed with Randy Orton to use the “hell” comment because she did not want to cause problems. Please approve Grilling JR and give H / T to SK Wrestling for copying if you use quotes from this article. Posted on February 13, 2021, 18:01 IST.