When the quality of wrestling is so good and guys that I generally like are champions, it feels weird to complain about having too much wrestling to watch. It’s like saying a dessert is too sweet or that a superhero movie has too many heroes and villains. You know it’s true, no matter how much the little kid inside of you wants to deny it.
No trip to an amusement park would be complete without a trip to the gift shop, and Viperville is no different! There is plenty of RKO themed merchandise to remember your trip with, like plushes, visors, stackable stuffed dolls, and figurines from the beautiful Randy Orton Princess Collection. Good stuff! AND if you want some real life merchandise to remember Randy Orton Week by, be sure to check out the Botched Spot shop, where you can buy the official Randy Orton Week poster and lots of other cool stuff! Thanks for spending your Randy Orton Week with us here at Botched Spot and we’ll see you next year!
Look, it’s Orton’s best friend and sidekick, Vipey! He knows all about the tunnels beneath Viperville, where the occasional snake, employee, or child winds up. It’s okay though, because there’s cool people like you to dive in there and help fish them out!
Randy Orton should’ve known better than to build that herpetarium so close to the Hall of Killed Legends! All of those snakes have escaped and hidden themselves amongst the animatronic wrestlers. Can you find them all? Click the image to make it larger!
Viperville is open to the public, and I should point out that the figures to the left of these posts are the official mascots of Viperville that walk around the park, shake hands with babies, and RKO grandmothers. Yesterday was Randy himself, and today we have Rini Orton, his on again off again wife!
Today’s tour of Viperville brings us to the rides! Fans come from all over the country to ride the Legacy Coaster or experience the Headlock Experience, so let’s see what’s in store for them!
Randy Orton’s Headlock Experience gives fans the authentic experience of being locked into one of the Viper’s patented heat-generating headlocks! Visitors are treated to what’s been described as a “boring, yet restful” time, complete with two park employees right outside of the exit, ready to explain to visitors that “it’s supposed to be boring, because he’s a heel!”
The Legacy Coaster lives up to Randy Orton’s stable that it was named after by starting off strong but ultimately being unable to ever get over the first climb in the track. The disappointing, yet accurate experience will leave fans stuck in the air for twenty to thirty minutes, depending on how long it takes the fire department to get out there.
The Tunnel of Love Experience is a special treat for couples who happen to be fans of Randy Orton’s romantic exploits! The classic segment between Randy Orton, Triple H, and Stephanie McMahon leading up to Wrestlemania 25 is recreated, as one of the visiting lovebirds is handcuffed to one side of their boat while the other is knocked unconscious and kissed by Randy Orton! Well it’s really a lifelike model of Randy Orton, but you never know when he’ll be stopping by the park!
In the park’s newest attraction, The Summerslam 2016 Experience, Orton fans will find themselves experiencing just was it was like to go through the Viper’s classic main event with Brock Lesnar! Visitors will board a boat and set course through the mind of Randy Orton. Just when everything seems safe, Brock Lesnar will attack, sending fans gushing down to the pool of blood below! You may get splashed, so be sure to pick up a Randy Orton Poncho before getting in line!
It’s the seventh year of Randy Orton Week here at Botched Spot, and we couldn’t be prouder of the viper! Not only has he shown some personality since coming back to fight Lesnar at Summerslam, he’s also coined a cool new phrase: “Viperville”! “Is that like Disneyland?” former WWE superstar Alberto Del Rio once asked Orton on a random episode of Smackdown. Yes, Del Rio, it is, and it is also the theme of this year’s Randy Orton Week! So come take a tour of Viperville this week as we explore the rides and have some fun. To get you started, here’s the map! The theme is sung to the tune of “It’s a Small World After All”.