The Viper Randy Orton recently appeared as special guest on The Ringer Wrestling Show and discussed about several topics. During the show, Randy Orton was asked about how many more years he has left in the ring. Then, he stated that he’d like to keep wrestling until he reaches the age of 50.
“I’m 41. By the time I’m 50, I think I’m done. But I’m not like, I’ll do auditions every once in a while, but I almost only do them because my wife says ‘oh do them, because what if you don’t? Then you’ll wonder what if you did.’ So I do auditions here and there, crossing my fingers that I don’t get a callback because I love what I do. I don’t want to stop. I don’t want to have to stop, because of my body,” said Orton. (H/T WrestlingInc)
The 14-time World Champion Randy Orton also said that he’s doing everything he can to make sure he is still fit enough to get in the ring.
“So I’ve taken it upon myself to make sure I’m doing everything I can on the daily that physically I’m able to continue. But if it was up to me, and I knew physically it wouldn’t be a problem, I’d say I’d wrestle until I’m 50 years old. And I would go out and have that last match when I’m 50 and be able to say I did it on my own terms. That’s 9 years from now. But I don’t see an end to my career any time soon,” said Orton.