At Wrestlemania 27, seven-time WWE World Champion Randy Orton took down CM Punk to win a grudge match. His match was one of many highlights during the Super Bowl of wrestling, including Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and “Stone Cold” Steve Austin returning to the ring. Orton is one of over 50 professional wrestlers in THQ’s Smackdown vs. RAW 2011 and he’s also featured in the new WWE All Stars game. Orton spent time in the recording studio to bring his virtual persona to life in the new games, which also includes motion-captured moves from pro wrestlers. Like many of the men and women in professional wrestling today, Orton grew up a gamer. Orton, who comes from pro wrestling stock (his Dad is “Cowboy” Bob Orton), talks about his old school love of videogame brawlers and why today’s games are too complicated in this exclusive interview.