WWE Superstar Randy Orton Will Never Wrestle Again

It’s conceivable that multi-time best on the planet and long term WWE star Randy Orton won’t ever wrestle from now on.

Randy Orton, a star in the WWE, may never wrestle again. Since making his main roster debut in 2002, Randy Orton has been a consistent presence on WWE television. Orton began his wrestling career in the same Ohio Valley Wrestling class as Brock Lesnar, John Cena, Batista, and Shelton Benjamin. Since then, he has gone on to have a WWE career that is worthy of being in the Hall of Fame.

Randy Orton Retirement

Even though he is only 43 years old, Randy Orton has become one of the WWE wrestlers with the most elaborate costumes. Orton has been a title holder in WWE a stunning multiple times, holding the WWE Title multiple times and the World Heavyweight Title multiple times. Orton has won Money in the Bank and the Royal Rumble multiple times, among other accomplishments, and has held a number of other titles in the company. Despite Orton’s multiple appearances in WrestleMania’s main event, it appears that he is not yet ready to end his career.

WWE star Randy Orton teamed up with Matt Riddle as RK-Bro to form an unlikely tag team. The weirdo couple figured out how to win the WWE Crude Label Group Title two times, eventually losing the titles to The Usos in what remains Orton’s last broadcast match. Due to a reported back injury, Orton has not appeared on WWE television since 2022. It now appears that the injury may be so severe that he will never wrestle again.

Randy Orton Retirement

When asked about his son’s absence from WWE, Orton’s father, Bob Orton Jr., confirmed to Sportskeeda that Randy Orton has been training for a return to the ring, but that it might not actually happen. During the meeting, Weave Orton Jr. said he feels that the specialists have prompted Randy not to wrestle once more. If this is true, it could mean that WWE does not get Orton’s medical clearance, which would keep him out of action for good.

Wrestlers who failed to obtain approval from WWE’s physicians have been forced into early retirement in numerous instances. It has happened to Paige, Edge, and Daniel Bryan before, but all three have since returned to wrestling. Truth be told, both Edge and Daniel Bryan have contended in a WrestleMania headliner after their underlying retirements, and Paige is at present contending in rival advancement AEW as Saraya. Therefore, there is a glimmer of hope that, despite Orton’s prolonged absence, he might return someday.

Randy Orton Retirement

Although it would be devastating for Randy Orton to have to leave WWE on his own terms due to a medical condition, he has unquestionably enjoyed one of the company’s most successful careers.