6 current WWE Superstars who have revealed when they plan to retire

Bobby Lashley and WWE RAW Tag Team Champion Randy Orton
Bobby Lashley and WWE RAW Tag Team Champion Randy Orton

#1. WWE RAW Tag Team Champion Randy Orton

Randy Orton has been one of the top WWE Superstars in the past decade and a half. Nonetheless, he is currently 41 years old and could be getting closer to retirement.

Orton joined WWE in 2001 and went on to become one of the most accomplished superstars in history. He is a 14-time World Champion, a former Intercontinental Champion, a former United States Champion, and a three-time Tag Team Champion. He is currently one-half of the RAW Tag Team Champions.

The Viper recently spoke about his retirement plans. Orton revealed that he would still wrestle for a few more years. Nonetheless, he disclosed that he could hang up his boots around 2030 or 2031.

"I’ll see pictures from five years ago where I’m like, 'I gotta get back to that kind of shape.' My wife brought it to my attention the other day, 'Back then, in 2014, when you looked like that, you thought you looked like shit.' You’re never going to be happy. At 40, I want to wrestle another decade if I can," he said on Stone Cold Steve Austin's Broken Skull Sessions.

Orton is currently part of the RK-Bro team alongside Riddle. The RAW Tag Team Champions recently suffered defeat when they teamed up with the WWE Champion Big E to face The Usos and Seth Rollins on the Red Brand.

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