5 WWE Superstars who can retire Randy Orton
A six-time WWE Champion could return to do the honors.
You know Randy Orton is viewed as a special talent in the eyes of the WWE officials when a superstar as stale as The Viper becomes a grand slam champion at the age of 37.
The Apex Predator may have a solid few more years left in the business but it's no secret that the third-generation superstar prefers a lighter schedule, contrary to the tedious deals offered to other talents on the roster.
However, that day isn't far away when the temperamental 13-time WWE Champion wrestles his final match in the WWE but who will be designated with the job of either putting over or getting the rub in Orton's retirement match?
This list takes a look at the most probable names to get the job done:
Honorable Mention: The Miz
You ask why? Nuclear heat for the best heel in years.
#1 John Cena
Try recollecting Orton's greatest rivals and you surprisingly not have many options to work with.
John Cena is his most recognised adversary but a match between the two these days is worse than watching Jinder Mahal's in action.
The two flagbearers of the WWE have crossed each other's paths unwantedly in the past decade and it shouldn't come as a surprise if the Cenation leader is handed the task of seeing off Orton from WWE in the near future.
With Undertaker seemingly set to become the first name Cena may retire at WrestleMania 34, adding Orton to the list would only elevate the Cenation Leader's already robust resume.