Only in his early 30s, Randy Orton has already had a monumental career filled with first-rate matches.
The third generation wrestler surpassed his father "Cowboy" Bob Orton and grandfather Bob Orton Sr.'s legacies long ago and continues to climb up the ranks of the all-time greats.
Orton has been innovative and captivating in the ring.
He's been such a top-level star for so long that some restless wrestling fans have already begun to tire of seeing him.
Perhaps a look back at these phenomenal matches, the bloody brawls, gutsy triumphs and super-charged slugfests will remind them of Orton's greatness.
What things will be like for the Viper once he gets back from his suspension—and if the WWE has the cajones to fire him if he fails a third Wellness Policy test—remains to be seen.