THQ.com has an interview with Randy Orton in which he states his career goals heading toward the future:
“I’ve had the titles, the Royal Rumble win, and the main event for WrestleMania 25, but in the future I’d like to see me grow not only as a Superstar, but as a man and father/husband. I also and hope for my health. I’d like to make it into my 40’s and compete and retire, but not because my neck is bad or anything like that, but so I’m able to go out on top on my own terms, like HBK.
So many in the business can’t say that, but I want to finish on top and stay healthy. I’ve been using a lot of the advancements in preventitve medacine more recently. I took a page out of John Cena’s book to do things for my muscular/neuro connection. I’m training specifically for what I do in the ring. Explosive movement or plyometrics. I just want all of my limbs to stay in their sockets, so at the final bell, I can say that I did it all.”
Orton also talked about what his favorite match is in his career, his greatest rival, and his dream match. To read the rest of the interview, click here.