Randy Orton

by Edgar Rodriguez

His Early Life

Randy Orton was born on April 1, 1980, in Knoxville, Tennessee. His grandfather Bob Orton Sr. wrestled in the 1950's and 1960's. His father wrestled in the 1970's and 1980's. As a kid Randy Randy wanted to grow up to join the family business. He wrestled in a amateur league as a child. He later went to the championships in High School.
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The Marines

Randy Orton joined The Marines after graduating from High School. Randy wasn't too good for the Marines. Randy leaved the Marines 2 times without asking permission. The he later went to the Marines corps jail. Randy later didn't want to go the Marines anymore. Randy Orton quit the Marines and went to the WWE.
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His WWE Career

After quitting the Marines, Randy Orton joined the WWE but his parents tried to convince hi to stay away from business, but he still joined WWE (World wrestling Entertainment). Randy Orton has done a really good job in his WWE career. Randy Orton is known for his moves and nicknames. In the early years before 2011, Randy Orton was not a ''good guy'' he was wrestling as a bad guy. Each time he entered a match, the crowd would boo! him all the way to the ring. In 2011-2015 Randy Orton is now a good guy and people now cheer for him.
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The Royal Rumble Matches

Randy Orton has won matches in PPV's in his career. The one of the most important PPV's matches is the Royal Rumble. The Royal Rumble is a match that when you come to the ring, your job is not trying people to get you to the floor or you will be eliminated. The last person to be in the ring, goes to Wrestle mania. Wrestle Mania is the PPV that is the most important in the year. In 2006, Randy entered #1 in the Royal Rumble and made it to the last 2 people before getting eliminated by Rey Mysterio, who entered #2. Later in 2009, he won the Royal Rumble and made it to the final 2 people and eliminated Triple H. In 2013, Randy entered #27 and he RKO almost everybody in the ring except Ryback. Randy was going to do the RKO to Ryback, but he reversed it and eliminated him. Randy was almost making it to the finals.
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A really important match for Randy at Extreme Rules 2015

In April 2015, at extreme Rules, Randy Orton had a match against Seth Rollins for the WWE championship at a steel cage match. They started the match and Rollins was trying to escape the cage to win. The problem was that Randy couldn't use his finishing move. Soon, the manager Kane showed up, and went to the ring and pretended that he was going to chokeslam Rollins, but he did it to Randy instead. Then minutes later, Randy Orton woke up and used the RKO to Kane even if he couln't use it. Then Rollins woke up and RKO Randy to the floor. The RKO is not even Seth Rollins finishing move. Then Rollins won by escaping the cage. This match was one of the most important matches for Randy Orton. Randy still continues to fight in is career.
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