Randy Orton has ruled out the possibility of him departing WWE for a career in Hollywood.
Orton, who has been on the WWE roster for over 20 years, and has appeared in a number of movies over the years including 2013's 12 Rounds 2: Reloaded and 2015's The Condemned.
The 14-time WWE And World Heavyweight champion has said he enjoys making movies but can't see himself making the move to an acting career full-time, preferring to remain with WWE for as long as possible.
Speaking on The Kurt Angle Show, Orton said: "A lot of guys, I see them branching off and doing other things or making sure they have something lined up for when they can’t wrestle anymore. I don’t know if this is showing my cards or not, but I kind of see myself being with WWE for life. I don’t know why I would go anywhere else.
"Who knows what the future holds, but although I love movies and auditions – I don’t think acting is my passion. I’m not trying to move to Hollywood or New York and be a full-time actor. The way Batista and Cena did it is they used WWE as a jumping board to go into Hollywood and all that stuff. But I think I’m happy with my place in the WWE right now.
"I don’t see why I would change that. I only see all of those different variables getting better over the coming years. So, at 41, if I’m on a contract where I’m able to wrestle a handful of years in my late 40s and possibly even as a 50-year-old man, I would love to do it."