An American professional wrestler and actor Randal Keith Orton, better known under his ring name Randy Orton, has a net worth of $7 million.
Orton is considered one of the greatest professional wrestlers of all time who is currently signed to WWE and performs on the RAW brand.
Being born into a wrestling household, all the wrestling techniques came to him as a hereditary gift.
Randy Orton is the third generation of wrestlers of his family, his father Bob Orton Jr., grandfather Bob Orton Sr., and Uncle Barry Orton were all professional wrestlers.
Moreover, Orton held the World Heavyweight Championship four times and WWE Championship 10 times.
Similarly, he became the final holder of the World Heavyweight Championship, which later became WWE World Heavyweight Champion at TLC: Tables, Ladders & Chairs in 2013.
Furthermore, he won Money in the Bank Ladder Match two times in 2013 and 2009. Similarly, he headlined several WWE pay-per-view events, including WrestleMania XXX and WrestleMania 25.
Randy Orton | Quick Facts
|Birth Name||Randal Keith Orton|
|Date of Birth||April 1, 1980|
|Ring Name||Randy Orton|
|Place of Birth||Knoxville, Tennessee, US|
|Nickname||The Viper, Randy, The Legend Killer|
|Education||Hazelwood Central High School|
|Father’s Name||Bob Orton Jr.|
|Mother’s Name||Elaine Orton|
|Siblings||3 (Nathan Orton, Roderick Orton, Becky Orton)|
|Age||41 Years Old|
|Height||6 feet 5 inches, 196 cm, 1.96 m|
|Weight||113 kg, 250 lbs.|
|Shoe Size||15 (US)|
|Hair Color||Dark Brown|
|Profession||Professional Wrestler and Actor|
|Wife/ Spouse’s Name||Samantha Speno (m. 2007-2013)
Kim Marie Kessler (m. 2015)
|Children||Two (Brooklyn Rose Orton, Alanna Marie Orton)|
|Favorite Wrestler||Triple H|
|Hobbies & Interests||Traveling, Exercise, Music|
|Favorite Color||Red, Grey & Black|
|Favorite Music||Rock & Rap|
|Favorite Band||Metallica & Machine Head|
|Favorite Film Genre||Horror Movies|
|Net Worth||$7 million|
|Social Media||Twitter, Instagram|
|Merchandise||Signed Toy Belt, Signed Action Figure|
|Last Update||January 2022|
Randy Orton Net Worth and Income
Randy Orton has devoted more than 20 years of his life to wrestling, and as a result, he has fetched himself quite a massive net worth.
According to the sources, the WWE superstar, Randy Orton’s net worth is $7 million as of 2022.
Given the consistency of winning and being a fan favorite has enabled Randy Orton to amass such a huge amount of net worth.
Being a successful wrestler has opened several doors of opportunities and has made him rich over the years.
Besides his gigantic salary from his primary profession of wrestling, the Viper has also enjoyed the status of being a Hollywood actor and ambassador of several brands.
As mentioned before, Orton is a third-generation wrestler from his family and is best known to turn critical situations in his favor when all hope seems lost.
As for his salary Randy earns about $4.5 million each year, consisting of a base salary of $1.1 million and other benefits in addition to pay-per-view sales.
He is the fourth highest-paid wrestler behind Roman Reigns, Brock Lesnar, and John Cena.
Orton has earned over $50 million from his salary alone, considering his long career in the WWE.
Besides his wrestling earnings, Orton also earns a sizable amount from his movies and endorsements.
Randy Orton’s Net Worth in Different Currencies
Here is the net worth of WWE superstar Randy Orton in some of the major currencies around the world.
|Euro||€ 6.04 million|
|Pound Sterling||£ 5.12 million|
|Australian Dollar||A$ 9.42 million|
|Canadian Dollar||C$ 8.70 million|
|Indian Rupee||₹ 521,467,100|
Randy Orton | Houses, Cars & Private Jet
Randy Orton has owned several pieces of real estate over the years.
However, the WWE superstar currently resides in a mega-mansion in Saint Charles, Missouri, United States. He purchased the mansion back in 2008 for $1.25 million. The 7,600 square feet house has four bedrooms, three and a half bathrooms.
Besides that, Randy owned another gorgeous mansion also in Missouri, which he purchased in 2013.
Nonetheless, he offloaded the 2,600 square feet, three bedrooms, and four bathrooms mansion in the later part of 2016 for $775,000.
Envied by many fans and haters, Randy owns pretty sick wheels.
The legend killer owns a super masculine Hummer H2 worth over $30,000, Cadillac Escalade $75,000.
Moreover, he purchased a 2019 Mercedes-Benz E-Class worth about $100,000for his son’s birthday.
Besides that, he is also a motorcycle enthusiast and owns a couple of two-wheelers. However, he only likes to showcase the two-wheelers after being in an almost life-ending road accident.
Furthermore, other wheels in his collection include Hummer 3T DUB which he got as a gift, and lastly, a Bentley.
With Randy Orton’s net worth, it’s no biggie that he owns a sleek private jet.
He shared the picture of his jet on his Instagram handle with the caption “F***** around bought a plane” in May 2020.
Similarly, after that, he shared a number of other posts and videos inside the same plane. The actual figure of the jet has not been revealed, but it can cost anywhere between $10-$40 million, if not more.
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Randy Orton | Lifestyle and Vacations
Randy Orton married Samantha Speno on 21st September 2007 and had a daughter on 12th July 2008 named Alanna.
Their marriage fell apart in 2012, and the couple legally separated in 2013.
WWE superstar had to pay a six-figure for their divorce settlement, $600,000 to be more precise, and Speno also got the full custody of their daughter.
Apart from divorce settlement money, she also got several pieces of jewelry and other comforts, costing Orton a huge fortune.
After two years, the Viper married Kimberly Kessler on 14th November 2015. Together they have a daughter named Brooklyn.
Moreover, over the years, Randy has been into several controversies. When Sports Illustrated published an article related to growth hormone use within the athletic community, Orton’s name was also brought up.
They claimed that he used performance enhancement drugs and growth hormones to enhance his physical ability.
Besides that, he was also investigated by the WWE for sexual harassment. However, there was no proof, and nothing came of the investigation or the allegations.
As for his daily lifestyle, Orton has a pretty strict workout regime, given his profession. He has to stay fit and healthy for his work.
Aside from that, the Viper has shared several pictures on his social media handle flexing luxurious timepieces from Swiss brand Rolex.
The exact model of the watch is not identified, but a Rolex costs anywhere from $5k to $10k or more. He owns at least three of these watches.
WWE superstar Randy Orton often travels overseas to various exotic places to spend quality time with his friends and family.
He has been to many places, including Thailand, Hawaii, and the Maldives, to name a few.
In fact, in one of his Instagram posts, he mentioned that of all the places they have been to, the Maldives is their favorite.
Randy Orton | Charity
Randy Orton often makes time to involve himself in good deeds. He basically keeps himself involved with the Kids Wish Network. The organization grants wish to several children suffering from life-threatening diseases.
Similarly, he has also made contributions to the Make-a-wish foundation.
Besides that, Randy has volunteered overseas with Tribute to the Troops.
Randy Orton | Endorsements & Movies
Being one of the most iconic wrestlers indeed has some perks, and the same perk has landed him in several endorsement deals.
Though Randy does not endorse big brands, he still has several brands under his belt.
As of 2021, Orton endorses a gaming chair company, Clutch Chairz, vitamins, and supplement company 1st Phorm and finally media podcast network Kwinn pop.
Apart from that, he also bags a certain percentage of revenue generated from merchandise sales of WWE.
Even though there are no such records of how much money he makes but we can assume that the superstar has earned more than a million dollars from these deals.
The Viper has also dipped his feet in Hollywood. His debut film was supposed to be action-packed Marine 2 in 2009, but due to injury, he had to be replaced.
Better late than never, Randy booked a role in the film ‘12 Round 2: Reloaded‘ which was released in 2013. Similarly, he also starred in the 2015 film ‘The Condemned 2’.
Apart from these two, the Viper has appeared in several other films, including Long Shot, That’s What I AM, Changeland.
Similarly, he also made a guest appearance in the TV series Shooter.
Moreover, the Viper also appeared in a game show called Des lot No Deal, along with fellow wrestlers Edge and John Cena.
Furthermore, Randy became a popular figure on the social media platform Vine, which probably helped him make some money. Likewise, Orton was featured on the cover of the WWE’12 video game.
Randy Orton | Career
Randy Orton was born in Knoxville, Tennessee, the United States on 1st April 1980. Orton’s mother was a nurse, and his father was also a professional wrestler.
His parents tried their best to persuade him not to go into a wrestling career, but wrestling was in his blood.
He attended Hazelwood Central High School, and upon graduation in 1998, he joined the Marines. However, he was discharged for his bad conduct in 1999.
After getting discharged from the Marines all, that was left for him was wrestling. So he debuted in wrestling in 2001 at Mid-Missouri Wrestling Association-Southern Illinois Conference Wrestling.
After a year, Randy was signed by WWE (then WWF) and was sent to Kentucky to continue his training, and the rest is history.
As of January 2022, Randy Orton’s net worth is $ 7 million.
Unknown Facts About Randy Orton
- Randy and his wife have each other’s names tattooed on their ring hands.
- Orton became the youngest WWE Champion in history in 2004.
- One of Orton’s signature move had to be banned.
- Throughout his career, Randy has had issues with substance abuse and anger.
Is Randy Orton still in WWE 2021?
Randy is still in WWE. In fact, he has signed a 5-year contract with WWE in 2019.
Is Randy Orton a nice guy?
Well, it depends on how you describe nice, but you should know that Randy Orton is not a nice person in real life.
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