Randy Orton Addresses His WWE Future
Randy Orton has provided an update on his future WWE plans
Randy Orton celebrates twenty years as a WWE superstar this week, having made his debut on the April 25, 2002 episode of SmackDown.
As part of their celebrations for two decades of The Viper in WWE, Orton recently made an appearance on The Bump to discuss his career.
During the interview, the 42-year-old revealed that he plans on wrestling into his fifties and that he expects his career to finish in WWE.
"I think I'm going to be a WWE guy for the rest of my life. I've got a contract coming up in a couple of years, but I plan on not untying my boots for the last time until I'm well into my 50s. How could you stop?
"When my neck, or my back, or my knee or my shoulder are gonna say 'You've got to stop. No more for you young man'. I don't know when that is. So it's funny, but I would love for it to play out to where say on my 50th birthday".
It was reported in late 2019 that Randy had signed a deal with WWE through to 2024.