It’s good to be Randy Orton. After spending nearly 17 years with the WWE as one of its top stars, the 13-time World Champion is set to work a much lighter schedule come 2018 as opposed to being a full-time talent. “The Viper” is only bing advertised for a handful of shows in January, but is not being advertised for any between February 6th and April 9th. Despite this, he is still expected to compete at WrestleMania 34 on April 8th.
The 37-year-old also isn’t being advertised for the WWE‘s annual WrestleMania Revenge tour of Europe in May. Per a report from Dave Meltzer of Wrestling Observer Newsletter, people close to Orton say that he’s very happy with his life right now; as WWE gives him a lot of time off, compared to what other Superstars get, but is still being kept towards the top of the card and makes several million dollars a year.