Yahoo! Sports caught up with Randy Orton as he prepares for his Wrestlemania showdown with Smackdown Heavyweight Champion, Bray Wyatt.
Orton, who is currently 36 years old says he many more years left in him: “I’m 36, and I feel – I’ve been saying this for five years – I feel like I’ve got another 10 years in me. I’ve never felt this good with my body health-wise. It took me awhile to get there, but I’ve got a good team of people back in St. Louis that kind of put me together again each week if I need it. When you take that powerbomb through the table and the spinal stenosis in your lower back and causing impingement on a nerve, and you can’t walk without a limp, now I’ve got a guy in St. Louis where five minutes with him, a massage and I see my trainer, and I’m back to 100 percent. I’ve gotten to a point where longevity is key. With injuries earlier in my career, it’s kind of always been key for me.”
Orton on Taker vs Roman Reigns at Mania: "Taker is going to face Roman Reigns and that’s going to be a good one. I honestly believe that should be the last match on the card, I think that everybody will be happy with the outcome of the match. I expect the Undertaker to throw Roman Reigns around like a rag doll. Roman Reigns is going to get his, but at the same time, this is the Undertaker we’re talking about."
Read the full interview, in it's entirety here.