Randy Orton told the Baltimore Sun that the idea of becoming a father has changed him. The story notes that Orton changed his ways after trashing hotel rooms, serving suspensions, and a brief stint in jail. "It’s definitely changed me," Orton told the Baltimore Sun. "I have a wonderful wife that wouldn’t hurt a fly, and I think a lot of that has rubbed off on me. I can’t wait to be a dad, and the fact that I’m going to have a little girl—I jumped through the roof when we were at the doctor’s office and he said that we were going to have a daughter."
The story notes that he was also accused of harassment by female WWE coworkers. "I definitely had a big head, and I’ll be the first to admit that I made some bad decisions," said Orton. "But back when I was making those decisions, in my head I was doing no wrong. I was forced, more or less, to go to anger management. I was either going to make myself and everyone around me miserable, or I was going to realize that there’s more than one person on this Earth. It definitely has made me a better person." To read the full story, visit BaltimoreSun.com