Randy Orton is a shoo-in for the WWE Hall Of Fame, but he’s in no hurry for an induction. The Viper is happy for his friend Batista as he receives his rightful honor in the WWE Hall Of Fame.
While speaking to WWE about Batista’s induction, Randy Orton acknowledged that some people see him as a first-ballot WWE Hall Of Famer. This doesn’t mean he’s in any hurry at all to make it happen.
“I mean, people say I’m a future first-ballot Hall of Famer. I don’t know, there’s a lot of time between now and then. So who knows what can happen? One day, if I’m fortunate enough to be in the Hall of Fame, it’ll be one hell of an honor. I’m in no hurry to be in the Hall of Fame right now.”
Vince McMahon is the final decision maker in regards to who makes it into his Hall Of Fame. Randy Orton will most likely see his name in the WWE Hall Of Fame, but he’s still very busy with his career and just re-signed a new five year deal with the company.
In the meantime, it wouldn’t offend Orton at all to see someone like Ken Shamrock get an induction. The Viper thinks that is long overdue.
Thanks to Fightful for the quote