Randy Orton Reveals How Much Longer He Wants To Wrestle

1 year ago by Sanchez Taylor

Randy Orton Reveals How Much Longer He Wants To Wrestle WWE

WWE veteran Randy Orton has revealed how much longer he wants to wrestle.

Orton signed a developmental deal with WWE in 2001, before debuting on the main roster a year later. The Viper has broken several records over the course of his WWE career, notably becoming the wrestler with the most WWE pay-per-view matches in the books in late 2021.

Speaking on The Pat McAfee Show, Orton stated that he can see himself wrestling in a decades time, with a much lighter schedule.

Orton noted:

“I love what I’m doing right now, I love what I’m doing in the ring. I would love to do it for a much longer time, 10 more years, 12 more years. I’d like to be like Taker and when I get to the point where my body’s like, ‘Okay maybe not every week’, I’d love to (do) SummerSlam, WrestleMania, come and have that big match.”

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At WrestleMania 38, Orton & Riddle will face off against Alpha Academy and The Street Profits, with the Raw Tag Team Championship on the line.

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