Facts of Randy Orton
|Full Name||Randy Orton|
|Birth Name||Randy Keith Orton|
|Father Name||Bob Orton Jr|
|No Of Children||2|
|Sibilings||Nathan Orton, Roderick Orton|
|Education||Hazelwood Central High School|
|Date of Birth||April 1,1989|
|Married Date||November 14,2015|
What Is The Net Worth Of Randy Orton?
Randy Orton is a professional wrestler in the WWE platform with a net worth of $11 million as of 2019. He is best known for performing under the SmackDown brand. He is the third generation fighter in his family after both his father and grandfather, who professionally wrestled.
He also has an occasional acting career, playing minor roles in a few movies and TV shows.
Net Worth Details: His Income Sources, Salary, And Earnings
Randy's main income comes from his professional wrestling career in WWE, signed under WWF in 2001 which helped him accumulate the massive networth of $11 million and an annual salary of $1.1 million. He earned $2.7 million in 2018, a few thousand less from his previous years' earnings of over $3 million. Before his WWE career, he was a marine.
After losing his first WWF appearance against Tony Dreamer in 2002, he was signed to raw, performing under the group Evolution. On 2004 SummerSlam, Orton defeated Chris Benoit for the championship, thus becoming the youngest world champion in WWE history at the age of 24.
He created his famous move R.K.O, the abbreviation for his full name. After his self-claim of being better than The Undertaker, he lost in Wrestlemania 29 against him. He also regained the title of WWE champion in 2007, when he defeated John Cena with his signature move.
He was drafted to SmackDown in 2011 and won the SummerSlam match against Brock Lesnar in 2016, knocking him out with an R.K.O. Boxer, Floyd Mayweather appeared in a shield match of WWE and knocked Big Show out in The Shield event, which Randy was a part of. As of 2019, he was won The Heavyweight Championship 4 times and WWE Championship 9 times.
Orton, a former marine, was cast in the lead role of the action film The Marine 2 (2009), but after his collarbone injury, he was replaced by Ted DiBiase. He had a supporting role as the father of a high school bully in the film That's What I Am (2011).
Similarly, he was set to star in the action film The Marine 3: Homefront but was replaced by fellow wrestler The Miz due to Orton's uneasy past as a Marine. He later starred in the action film 12 Rounds 2: Reloaded (2013) and in WWE Studios' 2015 film The Condemned 2. He also had a guest-starring role in the USA Network's new series Shooter that aired on December 2016.
Randy has garnered over 4 and a half million Instagram followers. Based on this, it can be estimated that he earns in between $9500 to $11,000 from each sponsored Instagram post.
Randy Orton Assets: House, Cars, Lifestyle, And Expenses
Randy owned a medieval-style home in St.Charles, Missouri. The house spans an area of over 2600 square feet and has wooden flooring and stone accents throughout. The home has 3 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms with a fireplace in the living space. The mansion also featured a safe room behind steel doors and was sold for $775,000.
Randy owns a few cars but his prized possession is his H2 Hummer that costs around $60,000 in the retail market. Besides that, he also owns a few custom chopper motorcycles.
Charity And Endorsements
Randy is one of the most charitable WWE stars, especially when it comes to kids. He recently visited a kid named Mason, who was suffering from severe pneumonia whose wish was to meet Randy. His mom said on the event, "It has helped him realize that good things do happen in spite of our struggles." He also started a Go Fund Me campaign for a kid named Austin who suffered from eyesight loss. He tweeted:
He is endorsed by WWE, under whose brand is also his merch line. His product line includes bags, t-shirts all falling under $50 mark.
Tax And Insurance
The exact detail of Randy's taxes and insurances are not public knowledge but based on his net worth and earnings, we can assume that he has all of his tax and insurance needs met.
Randy Orton's Personal Life: Wife, Kids, Tattoos And More
Randy Orton was born on April 1, 1980, in Knoxville, Tennessee to parents Elaine Orton and Bob Orton Jr. His father was a professional wrestler. He has a younger brother, Nate, and sister, Rebecca.
He attended Hazelwood Central High School where he amateur wrestling. After high school, he joined The US Corp. Marines, from where he was discharged due to bad conduct; not following a commanding officer's command.
He Was Married To Samantha Speno
On September 21, 2007, Orton married Samantha Speno and had a child, daughter Alenna Marie Orton. The couple separated in 2012 and officially divorced in 2013.
He Married His Second Wife Kimberly Kessler
Randy then tied the knot to Kimberly Kessler on 14 November 2015. They have a child together, daughter Brooklyn Rose Orton, born on 22nd November 2016. He has also adopted his wife's kids from previous relationships.
He had a United States Marine tattoo on his left arm but covered it up after being discharged for his bad conduct. Randy's most noticeable tattoos include full sleeves on both arms consisting of skulls, tribal symbols, wings, a rose with his first daughter's name on it, and the Bible verse 1 Peter 5:8.
The sleeves are connected across the back of his neck by more tribal symbols. He and Kessler also have matching tattoos of a symbol of unknown origin.
Randy Orton stands at a height of 196 cm or 6 feet 5 inches. He is 39 years old.