A report by SuperLuchas.net states that Randy Orton's WWE future is said to be in jeopardy thanks to his sixty-day suspension for a Wellness violation. The report states that Orton met with Vince McMahon, Triple H and Kevin Dunn in Stamford, Connecticut on Friday to talk about his future and a source in the company described the meeting's atmosphere as "hostile." No decision was made on Orton's future at the time. We have not heard anything close to this and seriously doubt this report. We're told Orton has been at home since the suspension and has had no face-to-face meetings with WWE or Vince McMahon. Orton has also remained very quiet about the reason behind the suspension and isn't telling co-workers why he failed the test.

The Super Luchas report goes on to say that several officials in the company are said to be lobbying for his termination, as his lucrative ten-year contract that was signed in 2010 is believed to be unjustifiable if he is relegated to a mid-level role, something that may well happen because a second suspension makes him at risk of firing if he violates the Wellness policy once more.

The report also claims that Vince McMahon is said to be livid at Orton, as he thought Orton had matured in the past few years. The site claims Orton tested positive for the anabolic steroid Dianabol, which is banned by the United States Congress under its Controlled Substances Act, as well as marijuana.

Again, we can't confirm their report. Please take this with a grain of salt.