Just a few years ago, Randy Orton was firmly entrenched as the WWE's No. 2 star behind only John Cena.
He was a consistent presence in the main event scene, constantly found himself winning World titles and was the company's top heel before becoming one of its biggest babyfaces.
But oh, how times have changed.
Instead of battling it out with the likes of Cena and CM Punk at the top of the card, Orton has become perhaps the most poorly booked and directionless major star in the WWE. This has, of course, caused many to question exactly what his future in the WWE holds.
Right now, things may not be looking great for "The Viper," but rest assured that he still has good days ahead of him.
Here are seven reasons why Randy Orton's main event career is far from over.