Randy Orton’s Net Worth, Biography, Age, Career, Wife, Children, and More

Randy Orton is a popular and one of the richest American wrestlers over the years and currently. He has won several fights with popular wrestlers in the United States. 

 

In this article, I will let you know all the necessary information about the popular professional American wrestler, Randy Orton including his net worth, biography, age, career, wife, children, and others. 

 

Wiki

 

Full Name: Randal Orton

Net Worth: $7 Million

Date Of Birth: Apr 1, 1980

Age: 44 years old

Birth Place: Knoxville

Height: 6 ft 5 in (1.96 m)

Occupation: Wrestler, Actor

Nationality: United States of America

 

Biography

 

Randy Orton is a popular American wrestler whose full name is  Randal Orton. He was born on April 1, 1980, in Knoxville Tennessee. According to the available information, he is the oldest of 3 children.

 

Randy Orton’s mother’s name is Elaine, who was a nurse. Likewise, his father’s name is Bob Orton Jr who was a professional wrestler.

 

According to him, his parents persuaded him not to go into wrestling because it meant a life away from family and always on the road. 

 

Randal Orton attended Hazelwood Central High School, Orton was an amateur wrestler, and immediately after he graduated from high school in 1998 he joined the Marines, where he went AWOL twice and disobeyed a direct order from a commanding officer. 

 

Age

 

At the moment of writing this article, Randy Orton is 44 years old he was born on Apr 1, 1980.

 

Career

 

Randy Orton started his career as a wrestler at the Mid-Missouri Wrestling Association-Southern Illinois Conference Wrestling in 2001. Within one year later, he was able to sign a deal with the WWE, at the time referred to as the World Wrestling Federation. Randal Orton was sent to Louisville, Kentucky to continue his training.

 

While Randy Orton was wrestling in Ohio Valley Wrestling (OVW), he won the OVW Hardcore Championship two times by winning against Mr. Black on February 14, 2001, also Flash Flanagan on May 5 in the same year.

 

Randy Orton started appearing on several WWF house shows starting in May of 2001, he became a regular contestant. During this time, Randy Orton had the opportunity to face several wrestlers like Chuck Palumbo, Shawn Stasiak, and Steven Richards, and usually competed in tag team matches.

 

On March 16, 2002, Randal Orton appeared on WWF for the first time at WrestleMania X8’s Fan Axxess, which ended in a defeat from Tommy Dreamer.

 

Randy Orton’s first televised fight was against Hardcore Holly on April 25, 2002, which ended up winning. During this time, he had started to become a fan favorite.

 

Orton suffered a shoulder injury after a first fight on the Raw Brand that left him out of matches for some months. While in recovery, he appeared on the “Randy News Network,” which aired in other Raw segments.

 

Immediately after Randy Orton’s recovery, he started dubbing himself “The Legend Killer,” he started acting as if he was a young bigshot taking the wrestling world by storm.

 

Randal Orton started feuds with well-respected and veteran wrestlers by insulting them. Which usually led to one of his most high-profile matches against Shawn Michaels.

Randy Orton’s Net Worth

Randy Orton is one of the richest American professional wrestlers and actors. He signed a deal with WWE.

 

At the moment of writing this article, Randy Orton’s net worth is estimated to be $7 million. He is regarded as one of the best pro wrestlers of all time.

 

Orton came from a line of wrestlers, as his grandfather, father, and uncle were all on that career path. Before he signed on with the WWE, he wrestled in the Southern Illinois Conference Wrestling and Mid-Missouri Wrestling Association. Randy acquired the stage name “The Legend Killer” in the WWE during a story arc where he physically attacked and disrespected Wrestlers in the WWE Hall of Fame and other big wrestlers.

Randy Orton is the youngest world champion in WWE history after winning the World Heavyweight Championship in 2004.

Orton is known for his famous signature move known as the “RKO,” it is a jumping cutter move and is named after his initials.

In December 2003, he won a fight against Rob Van Dam for the Intercontinental Championship at Armageddon. He was able to keep the title of  Intercontinental Champion for 210 days, which is the longest anyone has held the title in 7 years. 

Randy Orton kept the title until he lost a fight with Edge in July the following year.

After losing his Intercontinental Champion status, Randy became the top contender for the World Heavyweight Championship. At the age of 24, he became the youngest world champion in WWE history after defeating Chris Benoit. He kept the title up until he lost to Triple H a month later.

Personal Life

 

Randy Orton got married to Samantha Speno on September 24th, 2007. They have one daughter together named Alanna who was born on July 12th, 2008. 

 

Unfortunately, they divorced in June 2013. Randy later met Kimberly Kessler and they got married on November 14, 2015. They had a daughter named Brooklyn in 2016, and currently live together in St. Charles Missouri.

 

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