|From||St. Louis, Missouri|
|Debut||29th January 2012|
|Season 1 Record||17-18|
|Season 2 Record||23-14|
|Season 3 Record||18-23|
|Season 4 Record||12-13|
Randy Orton is a member of the ECW roster as of 2017. He has held a total of 11 championships throughout his career in WTX Universe. He was the first ever Intercontinental Champion as well as the first ever World Heavyweight Champion. He is a 2-time Hardcore Champion, a 3-time Intercontinental Champion, a 1-time WWE Tag Team Champion with Batista, a 1-time World Tag Team Champion with Edge and a 2-time World Heavyweight Champion. He is also a 2-time WWE Champion. He made history as the first ever Triple Crown Champion and Grand Slam Champion for his successful history with championship gold.
Intercontinental and World Heavyweight Champion (2012)
On January 29th 2012 Randy Orton was declared the first Intercontinental Champion, he had to defend the championship on the first night in the series against challenger Michael McGillicutty. Orton successfully defended his championship in 2 minutes against McGillicutty, he was later added to the World Heavyweight Championship Fatal 4-Way that same evening. He went on to defeat the other three contests winning the championship on his first night by last defeating Eddie Guerrero. Orton would only hold the World Heavyweight Championship for one month however, losing it to The Rock at Elimination Chamber 2012.
At Wrestlemania XXVII Orton was set to defend his Intercontinental Championship following a huge losing streak he was facing on SmackDown, he ended that streak at Wrestlemania however defeating Ezekiel Jackson quickly to retain his championship.
His final Intercontinental Championship defence came at Over The Limit in a fan voted Elimination Fatal 4-Way match for his championship, the match also featured Sheamus, Brock Lesnar and the man who ended Orton's 112 day reign, Wade Barrett.
Orton got a chance to become a two-time World Heavyweight Champion at No Way Out as he was given a shot alongside Eddie Guerrero & Brock Lesnar to face the champion Edge inside Hell in a Cell. Orton was unsuccessful as Lesnar came out the winner.
Randy Orton would make a surprise appearance on the June 22nd edition of NXT alongside Heath Slater as the two stared down Austin Aries who had just gotten his debut victory over Hunico. The next week Orton & Slater as well as Curt Hawkins teamed up to face Aries, during the match Hawkins turned against Orton, giving Aries the victory. Slater then also walked out on Orton. At Night of Champions, Orton competed for the World Heavyweight Championship but was unsuccessful as the championship was retained in a championship scramble match to retaining champion, Eddie Guerrero.
At Bragging Rights, Orton became a 2-time World Heavyweight Champion, defeating The Rock, Eddie Guerrero & Christian. At Survivor Series, Orton faced The Rock in a one-on-one rematch, retaining the championship successfully against the former champion.
On the December 15th edition of SmackDown, Orton revealed himself as the new, fourth member of Evolution, teaming with Triple H & Batista to defeat The Brood. Orton would then lose his championship to Edge the following Sunday at TLC. Edge then retained in their rematch at Royal Rumble.
Evolution, Rated RKO & WWE Champion (2013-2014)
At Backlash, Orton & Batista defeated Shawn Michaels and former Evolution member Triple H to win the WWE Tag Team Championship, making Orton a Triple Crown Champion. Orton then defeated Brock Lesnar for the Hardcore Championship in a Table Match on May 24th, making Orton a Grand Slam Champion. The following week, Orton lost the championship to Jeff Hardy.
Following their championship rematch loss on the June 28th edition of SmackDown, Orton & Batista broke out into a fight backstage, with Flair trying to stop the fight between the two, Orton ended up laying out both Batista & Flair, ending the initial run of Evolution.
On August 28th, Randy Orton challenged Batista, defeating him for the Hardcore Championship, beginning Orton's second reign as Hardcore Champion.
At TLC: Tables, Ladders & Chairs, Orton won a Fatal 4-Way TLC Match to become WWE Champion for the first time in his career, the match featured champion Dolph Ziggler, Dean Ambrose and tag partner Edge.
At Royal Rumble, Randy Orton faced and retained against Mark Henry, who had built a lot of wins and momentum heading into the match. At No Way Out, Orton lost the WWE Championship to The Undertaker, after Orton passed out to a Camel Clutch submission hold. At King of the Ring, Orton lost to The Undertaker in a rematch under the Last Man Standing gimmick. After a period of focusing more on singles competition, Rated RKO accepted the open challenge of The Disciples of Darkness at Backlash, defeating them to win the World Tag Team Championship. They held the championship for only a short period of time however, as they lost the championship to The Shield at Money in the Bank in June.
At Cyber Sunday, Orton was voted into an Intercontinental Championship match, defeating Leo Kruger to win the championship for a second time. Three weeks later at Night of Champions, Orton lost the championship back to Kruger.
At Vengeance, Rated RKO faced Team D-Z, defeating the team on their one-night-only reunion.
Split from Rated RKO & Legacy Reunion (2015)
On January 12th, Rated RKO split up when Orton walked out on Edge during a match for the World Tag Team Championship, after which Edge chased Orton to the back. At Royal Rumble, the two faced off, with Edge defeating Orton via submission. On January 26th, Orton reunited The Legacy, bringing DiBiase back from NXT, the trio attacked and beat down Edge. On March 2nd, Orton faced and defeated Damien Sandow in a contenders match for the World Heavyweight Championship. At King of the Ring, Orton then faced and lost to The Great Destroyer for the World Heavyweight Championship, after which The Legacy attacked Destroyer 3-on-1, allowing Tyler Breeze to cash in his Money in the Bank contract and win the World Heavyweight Championship.
On the final RAW before WrestleMania IV, The Legacy were targetted by a reunited Shield, with the trio stating that they didn't appreciate being replaced and targetting The Legacy in the proces, at WrestleMania IV, The Shield then went on to defeat The Legacy in a 6-Man Tag Team Elimination Match, with no members of The Shield being eliminated. As the 2015 Draft took place, Orton was seperated from DiBiase & Rhodes who were both drafted away from RAW.
At Backlash, Orton defeated Damien Sandow to become the new contender for the WWE Championship. He got his opportunity on the May 25th edition of RAW, losing to the champion Ryback. At Over the Limit, Orton competed in an Elimination 4-Way for the WWE Championship, being eliminated first by the champion Ryback. At SummerSlam, Orton teamed with Damien Sandow & The Undertaker to defeat The Revolution.
At Survivor Series, Orton was decided as a member of Team RAW to represent the brand against Team SmackDown, he teamed with Drew Galloway & Hideo Itami, with Itami getting the deciding pinfall on Finn Balor to win the match for Team RAW.
Second run as WWE Champion & Evolution Reunion (2016)
At Vengeance, Orton won an Elimination Chamber match to become WWE Champion for the second time in his career after last eliminating Mark Henry. After winning the WWE Championship at Vengeance, Orton went on to defend his championship against a mix of opponents ranging from Hideo Itami to the former champion Undertaker. At King of the Ring, Orton was challenged by Mark Henry, who had attacked Orton pushing him into an Extreme Rules Match, in which Orton retained his championship. Orton would then begin his next big rivalry, as Triple H won the King of the Ring Tournament, making him #1 contender for Orton's championship at WrestleMania V. Shawn Michaels would then try to get involved in the match, defeating Triple H on Raw and then getting into the head of Orton by saying that people were talking more about Michaels vs. Triple H than Orton vs. Triple H. Orton challenged Michaels to a match where if Michaels won, he would be added to the championship match at WrestleMania, with Michaels earning the spot after defeating Orton.
At WrestleMania, Orton lost his championship to Triple H after being hit with a Spinebuster. On the following Raw, Orton was announced to be getting his rematch at Backlash, however, Batista (who was drafted to Raw following his World Heavyweight Championship loss), would be added to the match, setting another Triple Threat for Backlash. Orton then had a match with Batista, in which Orton was dominated by Batista. Two weeks after, Orton faced Triple H in singles competition, bouncing back from his quick loss to Batista with a victory over the WWE Champion, Triple H. At Backlash, Orton failed to regain his championship as he was brutally injured during the Triple Threat Match, which ended with Triple H hitting the Pedigree and pinning Batista. It was confirmed the following night on Raw that Orton would be gone for potentially a few months due to the damage he sustained at Backlash. Orton and Batista returned as a team again to reform Evolution on May 30th in the Joker's Wild Tournament, defeating Chris Jericho & JBL. On June 13th, Evolution were eliminated from the tournament by Prince Puma & James Storm.
At Money in the Bank, Orton competed in the Tag Team Championship Money in the Bank Ladder Match, but was unsuccessful as the match was won by Cody Rhodes. Batista & Orton were next scheduled to face Tyler Breeze & Tye Dillinger in the main event of RAW, however, Evolution attacked Tye Dillinger before the match and changed it to a 3 on 1 also featuring Triple H, the three beat down and injured Tyler Breeze, cancelling his match with Triple H at Battleground
Championship Pursuits & ECW (2017)
On April 2nd 2017, Orton was drafted from RAW to ECW as part of the 2017 Draft.
Championships and Accomplishments
- WWE Championship (2-time)
- World Heavyweight Championship (2-times)
- World Tag Team Championship (1-time) - with Edge
- WWE Tag Team Championship (1-time) - with Batista
- Intercontinental Championship (3-time)
- Hardcore Championship (2 times)
- First ever World Heavyweight Champion
- First ever Intercontinental Champion
- First ever Triple Crown Champion
- First ever Grand Slam Champion