Randy Orton's Full Name: Randall Keith Orton - Many fans are unaware that Randy Orton's real name is Randall Keith Orton. He adopted the ring name "Randy" from his father, "Cowboy" Bob Orton Jr.

 Wrestling Runs in the Family: Randy Orton comes from a wrestling dynasty. His grandfather, Bob Orton Sr., was a professional wrestler, and his father, "Cowboy" Bob Orton Jr., was a WWE Superstar. Randy is proud to carry on the family legacy

Military Service: Before entering professional wrestling, Randy Orton served in the United States Marine Corps. He joined at the age of 18 and spent several years in the military, including a deployment to Iraq

Early Success: Orton had a rapid rise to success in WWE. He became the youngest World Heavyweight Champion in WWE history when he won the title at the age of 24, breaking the record previously held by Brock Lesnar

1Legend Killer: Orton earned the nickname "The Legend Killer" due to his storyline in which he targeted and defeated many legendary wrestlers. He defeated icons such as The Undertaker, Shawn Michaels, and Mick Foley, solidifying his status as a top performer

Multiple Championship Reigns: Randy Orton has won numerous championships throughout his career, including 14 World Championships, making him one of the most decorated wrestlers in history

Inaugural Money in the Bank Winner: Orton made history by winning the inaugural Money in the Bank ladder match at WrestleMania 21. This match has since become a staple in WWE and a WrestleMania tradition

Acting Career: Orton has also ventured into acting. He made his feature film debut in the action film "12 Rounds 2: Reloaded" and has appeared in other movies, showcasing his versatility beyond the wrestling ring

Tattoo Enthusiast: Randy Orton is known for his extensive collection of tattoos. Each tattoo holds personal significance and tells a unique story about his life and experiences

Military Court-Martial: During his time in the Marine Corps, Orton faced a military court-martial for disobeying orders and going AWOL (Absent Without Leave). He was ultimately discharged, but the incident served as a turning point in his life