WWE: Officials Want Randy Orton Fired!Posted on June 5, 2012 by Cassidy Wrestling NewsShare On: Tweet After being suspended for 60 days last Wednesday for his second violation of the WWE Wellness Policy, SuperLuchas.net is reporting that Randy Orton was called to a meeting on Friday at WWE Headquarters in Stamford, CT with WWE Chairman & CEO Vince McMahon, Executive Vice President of Talent & Live Events Paul “Triple H” Levesque, and Executive Vice President of TV Production Kevin Dunn. The meeting was called to discuss the nine-time World Champion’s future with the WWE. A source within the WWE described the meeting as “hostile” with a decision to be made about Orton’s future. It’s also being reported that several officials are wanting to see Randy Orton released from his contract as a cost-cutting measure, seeing this as the perfect opportunity to start making talent cuts. Those same officials feel that Orton’s lucrative ten-year contract that was signed in January 2010 can no longer be justified if Orton is brought back to a mid-card position on the roster. With “The Viper” just one Wellness violation away from termination, it puts the WWE in a tough spot if they decide to put Orton back in a main event role (an issue the WWE has ran into in the past, most notably with Jeff Hardy). A big factor working against Orton is that Chairman & CEO Vince McMahon is infuriated with the third-generation star as Vince thought that Orton had matured over recent years, believing that Orton’s days of steroid use were behind him. As previously reported, Orton’s 60-day suspension stems from testing positive for the anabolic steroid, Dianabol, with Orton also being fined $2,500 for a separate drug test failure for marijuana use. This suspension ensures that Orton will not be a part of No Way Out (June 17) or Money-in-the-Bank (July 15) as his 60-day suspension will stretch to July 28, which also means that Orton will not be a part of the huge three-hour 1,000th episode of RAW celebration in Orton’s hometown of St. Louis on July 23. Should Randy Orton be fired? Post your comments in the box below.