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Randy Orton’s Potential WWE Hall of Fame Inductor

Randy Orton (Via WWE/Twitter)

Randy Orton, a stalwart in the wrestling world for more than two decades, is a likely candidate for the prestigious WWE Hall of Fame. Despite his iconic rivalry with John Cena, Orton surprisingly revealed he doesn’t envision Cena as his inductor. After a career-threatening back injury that sidelined him for nearly two years, the 44-year-old Viper made a triumphant return, showcasing his peak physical condition. Now, with a desire to culminate his illustrious journey on his own terms, Orton shows no signs of hanging up his boots anytime soon.

Uncertain about who should have the honor of inducting him into the Hall of Fame, Orton expressed hesitance towards Cena due to the high standard set by him during induction speeches.

Rhea Ripley and Randy Orton (Via WWE/Twitter)

In a candid moment on the Adam’s Apple podcast, Orton reflected on his dilemma, hinting at the possibility of his father being a part of the induction process. While acknowledging Cena’s exceptional induction skills that charm audiences, Orton humorously noted the challenge of following Cena’s act, leaving room for other potential candidates to fill the role.

In a recent revelation, Orton emphasized his commitment to a full-time wrestling schedule, aiming to avoid the part-time approach adopted by legends like The Undertaker and Shawn Michaels in their twilight years. Determined to remain on the road, appearing at every possible event, Orton expressed a desire to wrestle well into his 50s, potentially marking a remarkable three-decade career in the ring. Currently embroiled in a heated feud with Kevin Owens against the formidable Bloodline faction, Orton’s upcoming clash with Styles in the King of the Ring tournament qualifier on SmackDown promises to be a riveting spectacle for fans.

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