The oldest of three children, he’s a third-generation pro wrestler from a family that includes father, ‘Cowboy’ Bob Orton, uncle Barry Orton and grandfather Bob Orton Sr. Randy Orton went to Hazelwood Central High School in Florissant, Missouri, where he wrestled as an amateur. He completed boot camp, followed by School of Infantry, where he became a squad leader. And they hired me, right on the spot, just because I was a third-generation wrestler.” 6. Orton, on his developmental contract, trained with Brock Lesnar, John Cena and Batista, who were also learning the ropes with Ohio Valley Wrestling, the WWE’s main developmental territory from 2000 to 2008.
At some point along the way, Orton realized he “didn’t have the courage to die for my country” and started looking for a way out. Orton first entered the ring in 2000 with Mid-Missouri Wrestling Association-Southern Illinois Conference Wrestling, where his father helped train him. All would go on to become household names in the wrestling world and beyond. Orton was the second-youngest WWE Intercontinental champion.
After a doomed five year marriage Orton has now moved on. His former wife filed for divorce in March, claiming the marriage was “irretrievably broken.” She and Orton recently finalized their divorce.
Randy has found love again in the arms of Kim Marie.
There is not much information about Kim but the relationships did spark some drama.
#Ms Pig.” Orton’s girlfriend wrote in response to the post, “That’s what @kgomez325 gets for always talking shit about me.
The Viper has produced a number of classic matches at one of WWE’s premier pay-per-views. 17, he can add to his collection as he looks to elevate Roman Reigns in their clash.
In eight Summer Slams, Orton has been in the main event three times, almost always been in a battle for a world title and produced magic several times his future keeps getting brighter as he seems happy in the romantic department.
Randy Orton, aka “The Apex Predator,” “The Viper” or the “The Legend Killer,” is one of the most recognizable names in professional wrestling.
A WWE champion many times over, he’s been stalking the ring, taking down foes for going on two decades.