Fear The Wrath Of Naked Baby: Randy Orton's Interview On Lopez Tonight

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Fear The Wrath Of Naked Baby: Randy Orton's Interview On Lopez Tonight

If you didn't see Lopez Tonight on TBS last night, boy did you miss a great show! We had singing, dancing, and much more!

The first guest on the show was True Blood's Anna Paquin. If you don't know who she is, click here for her picture and here for more info.

After that, R-Truth took the stage and sang a rendition of 3 Doors Down's Kryptonite. It wasn't good, but it wasn't bad. He actually surprised me. At least for once he wasn't doing "What's Up?". If you would like to watch it, please click here.

Then, the Main Event! Randy came out in a very classing look suit, had a huge pop, and talked about all things from his family to Sheamus and everything in between. At first he was saying that he wasn't used to all the pops because he had been the villain for close to 6 years. A comment that he made was that he "isn't afraid of Sheamus" and it got him a huge pop as well. The one thing that cracked me up the most is that he's fourth in line behind Big Show, Sheamus, and John Cena with his daughter.

"John Cena, she calls naked baby, she calls herself naked baby, why can't I be naked baby?!" He says he wonders why she calls him "naked baby" when John is the one that wears the jean shorts and he wears the traditional wrestling attire.

Another funny note is that George actually got the whole crowd to say: "We love you naked baby!"

The interview was a little shorter than I preferred, but it was still good and had some decent plugs for SummerSlam before the interview and after the interview. If you would like to watch his interview, click here.

All I have to say is now, Sheamus, you better watch out, because Naked Baby is comin' to getcha!

(Plus, vote for your favorite WWE Karaoke Singer here, Watch Randy and Truth's Twitter Q&A here, and you can also watch Dolph Ziggler's "interesting" performance here. )

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